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Google Continues Product Purge
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iaanhayden,
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4/27/2013 | 9:55:26 AM
re: Google Continues Product Purge
Google has axed an disliked edition of Google Apps and a podcast contestant as the company extends to purge its merchandise roster of services and submissions that it considers redundant or obsolete. Thanks for such a nice post. computer services is also depend on it.
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4/24/2012 | 2:51:53 PM
re: Google Continues Product Purge
(I work on Google Patent Search.)

Searching for patents on Google is the same as before; it's just that the entry screen looks different. When you go to http://patents.google.com, that redirects you to google.com in "Patents Mode" -- you can tell by the gray "Search patents" text in the search box, and by the red "Patents" on the left of pages of search results. All of this is just cosmetics: patent search works the same and all the results are still there.


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