Definitions for gooeyˈgu i
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word gooey
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
goo•eyˈgu i(adj.)goo•i•er, goo•i•est.
extremely sentimental or emotionally effusive.
Origin of gooey:
soft and sticky
of or relating to goo
soft, sticky and viscous
Gooey was an Internet chat application popular in 1999. The system allowed people who were simultaneously browsing the same web site to communicate with each other, in effect creating chat rooms external to the web site. Hypernix is the developer of Gooey, an integrated roving communication platform that has attracted nearly one million Internet users since its launch in June 1999. Hypernix's equity investors include CNET, Allen & Co., and JAFCO Co., Japan's largest venture capital firm. Under the terms of the letter of intent, upon consummation of the acquisition Gooey, Hypernix's product, gives users the power to communicate with others visiting the same sites and to receive rich-media broadband content with one dynamic product. By integrating Gooey with the surfing experience, Hypernix introduced the first co-browsing product that instantly connects like-minded people visiting the same Web-site. Based on the overwhelming international acceptance of Gooey, Hypernix is charting the evolution of the product toward an ASP business model. By approaching ISP's, portals and community websites worldwide, Hypernix intends to license special co-branded versions of Gooey and other fully customized packages of its technology. Built to fit the respective needs and requirements of a given client, integrated packages would include enriched features such as: a Java version of Gooey that does not require the download of a client, customer support, and note-posting technology.
Find a translation for the gooey definition in other languages:
Select another language: