Can you think of life when Google wasn’t there? What did you do then? When information is needed suddenly or in a hurry? Now whatever you are looking for – everything you may now search Google.
Google can find an average of 40,000 search answers per second. Which means three and a half billion searches per day (Forbes calculations). So our today’s discussion on the Google Graveyard |Failed Projects of Google.
Google LLC or Google Limited Liability Company is an American multinational technology company specialized in Internet-based services and products. Larry Page and Sergey Brin created Google at 1998, as a PhD student at Stanford University. References: Wikipedia
Online giant Google Search engine has brought a variety of services. These services have also become popular among the users. In the technology world, many services could not respond. As a result, Google stopped these services. Even
Google has shut down many services over time.
It is always difficult and challenging for any company to come up with new products / services. The manufacturer makes every effort to achieve the popularity of the product / service to the customer. Even then, companies have to face losses.
Google is no exception. Google has 250+ services on the market. All of which did not see the face of success.
In addition to Google search, Google Dock, Sheets & Slides, Gmail, Inbox, Google Calendar, Google Cloud, Google Drive, Google Drive, Google +, Google Allo, Duo, Hangouts, Google Translate, Google Maps, Waze, Earth, Street View, YouTube , Google Keep, and Google Photos, etc. So let’s see Google Graveyard today.
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