In a recent announcement, Xmarks revealed that it can no longer afford to continue operating its popular cross-browser bookmark synchronization service. Although Xmarks attracted a significant audience of users, the company was never able to build a sustainable business around the software. Xmarks cofounder Todd Agulnick says that the lights are scheduled to go out in 90 days, unless the company can come up with a successful freemium strategy or a buyer emerges.
October 7, 2010
Ars Examines Chrome and Firefox Bookmark Sync Protocols
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