Google has announced that it's pulling the plug on Spaces, a small group sharing app the Mountain View, California-based company launched last year. The app, which allows people to instantly get together and share around any topic, will be shut down on April 17.
But before that, it will become read-only starting March 3. "This means you can't create new spaces, posts or comments," Google explained in a blog post. "Also, new invitations can't be sent, and new members can't be added to spaces."
Message to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, The entire internet need's a total revamp! It's looking a little stale now.
Let's have a bloatware Cull! Come on google refresh your guillotine!
Agreed, Google is pretty bad at product planning and naming. They set out creating new projects with great vigor and enthusiasm as if it's going to be the next big thing, then as time passes by, they quietly drop the endeavor, can the project and mov...