Move over Google, here's Singapore's Boogle

Boogle chief operating officer Christofle Rio (left) and co-founder and chief technical officer Darren Goh. The Boogle search engine, built on a hybrid blockchain, promises search results that are free from monopolistic control or jurisdictional rest
Boogle chief operating officer Christofle Rio (left) and co-founder and chief technical officer Darren Goh. The Boogle search engine, built on a hybrid blockchain, promises search results that are free from monopolistic control or jurisdictional restrictions on content. Boogle is also looking to roll out e-payments, Web messaging, e-mail and cloud services in the next three years. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

Search engine by two S'poreans promises unfiltered access to info and data privacy

Two Singaporeans have founded a tech start-up with the ambition to be the next Google and more.

For a start, they are launching a search engine on Saturday that promises to offer users "free, open and autonomous" Internet searches.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 06, 2019, with the headline 'Move over Google, here's Boogle'. Print Edition | Subscribe