Google’s acquisition race is going at an steady pace. Google has now officially acquired Like.com, the visual search engine.
As can be seen from the screenshot above, the company’s CEO and founder has written on the homepage that the visual search engine has been officially bought by Google. While the details of the deal has not been disclosed, but Techcrunch has reported that it has been valued at more than $100 million.
As there was no official announcement from Google, neither did we get any idea about what is Google planning to do with Like.com. But acquisitions like these are surely hinting that the search giant is looking forward to revamp its image search engine from the ground up and looking to integrate the visual searching capabilities in its e-commerce ventures.