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Google Clips is dead

The Verge Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Google Clips is deadPhoto by James Bareham / The Verge

Google may have introduced a lot of new Pixel camera tech at its 2019 fall hardware event this week, but it quietly retired a camera product as well: the Google Clips camera has been removed from Google’s online store (via 9to5Google). Google hasn’t responded to The Verge’s request for comment to confirm.

The idea for Clips was an intriguing one: it was a tiny AI-powered wide angle camera designed to automatically capture short videos of precious moments with your loved ones. In theory, by setting up a Clips camera in your house, you wouldn’t have to worry about quick-drawing your phone to record your baby’s first steps.

A GIF of a video from Google Clips.

In practice, though, Clips didn’t seem to work quite as well...

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