"When details started leaking out before the release of Windows 8 that Microsoft might scrap the iconic Start button and menu, SweetLabs scrabbled to develop an alternative. The startup, which is backed by Intel Capital and Google Ventures, was ready to release Pokki when Windows 8 went on sale in October.Lenovo Turns to a Startup to Bring the Start Menu Back to Windows - Bloomberg
After a speech Ng gave at an Intel Capital conference, he was approached by representatives from Lenovo about working together. SweetLabs is now in talks with other computer makers on similar deals, he said."
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Lenovo Turns to a Startup to Bring the Start Menu Back to Windows - Bloomberg
Windows 8 re-Started