Killed By Google is a digital graveyard of the company’s dead products
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 (
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April 2, Google is killing two of its well-known products: it’s failed social network, Google+, and the much-loved email client, Inbox. They join a long list of products that the Mountain View-based tech giant has killed. So, a clever developer just made a “digital graveyard” to list all of the company‘s discontinued products in one place. The open source site, made by front-end developer Cody Ogden, lists 149 dead Google products in total: 129 services, 11 apps, and 12 hardware products. That’s a lot for a 21-year-old firm! Browsing the site feels like a nostalgic trip down memory lane, with…
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