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2. Who Am I? Revealed...

07 Nov 2012

Technology continues to advance at a rate of knots across the world, here at Techday we decided to celebrate the tech figureheads in the industry.

But with one stipulation…

After checking out our daily clues to guess the well-known tech figure, here is who we were talking about…

Clues:

1. Born in Michigan in the early 70s.

2. Came from a family of computer scientists.

3. Formed a successful partnership with a University friend and launched their world famous company in 1998.

4. Named their internet company after a mathematical equation.

5. Became a billionaire in 2004, heading one of the world’s most iconic internet firms.

Answer:

Google co-founder Larry Page.

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