Google Reader is the Latest Addition to Growing Google Graveyard - Page 2
Google Health: Google stopped working on this product back in 2011, when they realized that WebMD was already telling everyone they had cancer.
Google Wave: More of a ghost town than Google Plus would ever be, Wave was ignored and died alone on a street corner in August 2010. Seriously, no one cared.
Picnik: You remember this right? It was the default photo editor in Flickr, then acquired by Google (so at least someone got rich), then taken out back in April 2012 and shot in the face.
Google Labs: One of the most innovative Google products, users could test and give feedback on whatever prototypes Google was working on. Silently died in its sleep in 2011.
Google Buzz: The buzz was that this would directly compete with Twitter, but the buzz never caught on. It would eventually evolve into Google Plus, but was buried alive back in December 2011.
Google Talk: The chat service was replaced in full by Google Hangouts in May of this year. Did you update your phone?
Google Dictionary: Tombstone most likely read: "Can't compete with the actual dictionary".
Google Notebook: A rare zombie Google product. Buried in September 2011, Notebook has been resurrected as Google Keep. Which will also fail.
Dodgeball: This mobile social networking service was purchased by Google in 2005. Notable about this, the founder of Dodgeball was Denis Crowley. You may know him as the creator of Foursquare.
You can check out the handy infographic which visually represents all this and more here. Which dead Google product do you miss the most?