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Yet Another Death In the Family Of Google

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Last updated on November 14, 2018

Yet Another Death In the Family Of Google.

Updated on November 14, 2018

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“Google Reader” The RSS feed aggregator launched in 2005 by Google is no more. What a sad demise to the popular RSS feed. 

This is in continuation of the demise of several other products/platforms like Knol, Picnik, Adsense for feeds etc.. Few more other services are on the way to taste the death very shortly. 

Though this was not a mainstream product of Google, a good number of people were using it regularly and is no doubt a great loss to many such users.

The latest on, the line is Google’s prestigious social media platform in line with Facebook.  The death warrant has already announced by Google the other day.  

 Here is a cartoon published by the largest circulated daily in the world, “The Times of India” in its latest Sunday Edition.  

Google has a habit of killing off products and services, platforms like Knol etc died. Check out who is in line... Click To Tweet


Picture Credit. A Cartoon by Ajith Ninan of The Times of India

Google is killing off Google Spaces, its experimental social networking/group messaging app. We’re guessing you’ve never actually heard of Google Spaces before today. Which means this news is likely to elicit nothing but a shrug of the shoulders from a select band of Google diehard.

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  1. I am sad about it and not sure what to do now. sandie

    March 14, 2013
    • P V Ariel
      P V Ariel

      Hi Crone,
      Thanks again for dropping by,
      I think the Google announced it long back and many migrated their stuff to some safer places. I do not know how to get back the stuff now, if anyone knows pl. share.
      Best Regards

      March 15, 2013

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