The activities of the company are not without special mistakes when it comes to the many products they offer over the years. Google, of course, is not an exception to the rules.
Business Insider has released a list of 14 failed projects in the history of an American company.
The platform was launched in 2011 during the peak of day-to-day business by Groupon and Living Financial. With the downtrend, Google's bid fell in 2014 as well.
Google Web Accelerator (Google Accelerator):
The goal behind it was to help users browse faster by speeding up the page load time. However, the product that started in 2005 had a lot of problems and the company stopped its support in 2008.
Google decided to launch a free video hosting platform in 2005, but the service failed to attract users, purchased a YouTube service and stopped Google Video 2009.
Google bought the Jaiko microblogging platform in 2007 to compete with Twitter. The product was not developed and closed due to the lack of users in 2012.
Google Health, launched in 2008, allows users to register their health data in a system designed to establish a unique health record that can be sent to healthcare providers but concerns about privacy and competition play a part in their closure in 2012.
The Google Insers Platform, launched in 2002, allows users to browse their questions and the amount they are willing to pay for the answer. Google closed the platform due to the low number of users in 2006.
Google X is the Google engine alternative, enabling users to search for categories such as groups, pictures, etc. The platform lasted only one day on March 16, 2005.
Google Buzz is a blend of social networking and instant messaging for 18 months since it was launched in 2010 and closed for privacy issues.
Google LiveLife was a virtual world on the Internet and lasted only four and a half months.
Nol was Google's response to Wikipedia, a name that was gathered by a company that means "unity of knowledge," but the service was not launched and was finally canceled in 2012.
In 2005, Google purchased the Dodge Bowl and then a server that allows users to find them via text messaging, which was closed in 2009.
Google glasses were expensive at a cost of $ 1,500 and had problems with the program. In 2015, Google finished the first generation of glasses.
Keix was a video player and managed to run YouTube on television. The company discovered the product in 2012 and was supposed to be $ 299. But Google decided to stop it before he saw the light.
In 2009, Google launched a Wave service for engineers who designed Google Maps and stopped service in 2012.