Cartoon of the Week – Is this (finally) the end of Google Plus?

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Last April, the original Vice President of Product for Google Plus left the company, leaving speculation about the future of the product. Then, this week, a Google executive announced that he will be running “Google’s photos and streams products,” leading to further speculation that Google Plus is being dissolved into separate products. Google has a history of failure with social networks, as well as a history for dismantling products to salvage what they can, so this very well may be the end of G+.

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