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Will Google Ever Stop Killing Off its Services?

6 monthes ago   |   By iPad Insight

While this a bit off the beaten path here at iPad Insight, a discussion about Google is still fitting anywhere technology is covered. Never mind the fact that Apple and Google are head-to-head rivals in many areas, but there are still many iOS users who take advantage of multiple Google services on their devices. Despite pulling back in some areas over time, I still use a few myself.
However, on top of my overall dislike of Google's business model and utopian fantasies tinged with just enough distopia to make them cringeworthy, I have found a more pressing reason to avoid going further...
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