Thursday, August 11, 2011

Google labs to end
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  •          Google labs. The birthplace of all awesome stuff on Google, is now being phased out, according to Bill Coughran, SVP for Research and Systems Infrastructure, Google.

    We’ve decided to wind down Google Labs. While we’ve learned a huge amount by launching very early prototypes in Labs, we believe that greater focus is crucial if we’re to make the most of the extraordinary opportunities ahead.

    In many cases, this will mean ending Labs experiments—in others we’ll incorporate Labs products and technologies into different product areas. And many of the Labs products that are Android apps today will continue to be available on Android Market. We’ll update you on our progress via the Google Labs website.
    What does this mean? This means that Google will no longer be releasing awesome new services on Google labs,  but it will be continuing its product development individually for each product - Separately.

    But what comes as a surprise is that Google labs has been the most exciting part of Google where you get awesome new tech - innovations like : Google Body, Google Scribe, Google Swiffy (SWF to Flash convertor) and Google Breadcrumb,  etc...

    While new stuff will be tested out for Gmail and other such services from Google, Google Labs will be dearly missed by the whole tech community.
    This is what Larry Page had to say about it.

    In the end, All I've got left to say is : Bye bye, Google Labs. Will miss you...

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