Don’t get too comfy with all those Google products you use on a daily basis — the company has announced plans to terminante several of them in the near future. Google will be shuttering Apps for Teams, Google Listen, Google Video for Business and an unspecified number of its more than 150 blogs. “Technology has the power to change people’s lives. But to make a difference, we need to carefully consider what to focus on, and make hard decisions about what we won’t pursue,” Google wrote in a blog post. “This enables us to devote more time and resources giving you products you love, and making them better for you.” Google says it’s made changes to around 50 products, features a… Continue reading..

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