Google shutting Down Three More Services

Jan 21, 2012, by admin

Good information everyone! Google declared today that three of its web services will be shut down by mid-year.

Picnik, a photo-editing company that Google obtained in 2010 with expectations  of integrating into Picasa will be shutted by April 19th, “so the Picnik team can keep on creating photo-editing magic crosswise Google products,” said Dave Girouard, vice president of product management, in a blog post.

Google Message  stability, a service that backed up emails from clients’ swap servers will soon be shown the door, in spite of interest by “hundreds” of businesses; moved out in support of insert  its functionality to the Google Apps suite. Needlebase, the data management platform you’ve never heard of, will also be execute by June 1st.

Google announced adding together that its Sky Map Android app will exit open-source by mid-year, thanks to a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University.