Google has announced a "spring cleaning" round of product closures, continuing its drive toward a "simpler, more beautiful user experience across Google." CEO Larry Page has demanded that the company slim down to focus on its "big bets," unifying its offerings under the identity service of Google+. What got the axe this time?
Google will shut down One Pass, a micropayment service for Web publishers.
And here goes another product feature. Google has been retiring many of its products, services and product features in recent time in several so-called Spring cleaning rounds. The company only recently announced the closure of the R... Read Post
"Spring cleaning" is a code word for shuttering old, unused products, services, and experiments by Google. CEO Larry Page has been doing spring cleaning every once and a while since taking over last year, including big ones in Septe... Read Post