They’re taking it out behind the shed and coming back with an empty shell and a heavy heart.
Google Reader dies this weekend, but it’s just the latest in a long list of Google products that have met their ignominious end on Google CEO Larry Page’s chopping block.
In the early 2000′s, then-Google VP of user experience Marissa Mayer used to get mysterious emails from a complete stranger, each containing only a single number: 45, 52, 56.
Google is axing a number of its limp social products, including Buzz, in favor of Google+ according to a blog post today by Vice President of Product Brad Horowitz.
As Microsoft unveils upgrades to its Office and Hotmail products that resemble Google Docs and Gmail, Google has annnounced plans to replace Google Apps users’ personal start pages with its own pop-culturey iGoogle homepage. The change is scheduled for Thursday, July 1.
Google renamed its personalized home page iGoogle, an effort to sex up the branding of a service that is its fastest growing.