PC World: Five major Google products that might not live to see 2030

PC World: Five major Google products that might not live to see 2030. “With many of Google’s ancillary apps and services already in the graveyard, it stands to reason that some big-name products will get the ax over the next 10 years, as the landscape shifts away from traditional devices and new trends begin to emerge. Here are five major Google products that might not be around this time next decade.” It’s not major… but I am very worried about FeedBurner.

CNET: Google News reportedly ends digital magazines, refunds active subscriptions

CNET: Google News reportedly ends digital magazines, refunds active subscriptions. “Google has reportedly begun sunsetting its print-replica magazine service. Paid Google News magazine users have begun receiving emails announcing that the service is shutting down, Android Police reported Friday.”

The tech we lost in 2019: RIP iTunes, MoviePass, and AirPower (Mashable)

Mashable: The tech we lost in 2019: RIP iTunes, MoviePass, and AirPower. “From folding phones to more wireless earbuds than we can name, there was a lot of new tech we fell in love with in 2019. But for every eye-popping new gadget we tried, there was another one that never made it. From Apple toys that once had so much promise (AirPower! 12-inch MacBook!), to those that were probably doomed from the start (MoviePass, Coolest Cooler), this is our annual reminder that no product or service can sustain itself on hype alone.”

CNET: Wunderlist is dead. These 3 to-do list apps make great alternatives

CNET: Wunderlist is dead. These 3 to-do list apps make great alternatives. “Wunderlist is still available to users until May 6, but is no longer accepting new signups. If you had been hoping Microsoft would give the popular Wunderlist task manager a reprieve, now’s the time to look for another list-making and organizational app to use. Here are three task-management app alternatives that allow you to directly import your Wunderlist lists.”

TechCrunch: Microsoft to finally shut down to do list app Wunderlist on May 6, 2020

TechCrunch: Microsoft to finally shut down to do list app Wunderlist on May 6, 2020. “Today, Microsoft is finally announcing a shut-down date for Wunderlist of May 6, 2020. After this date, Wunderlist to-do’s will no longer sync but users will still be able to import their content into Microsoft’s own To Do app.”

The Register: After 10 years, Google Cloud Print will finally be out of beta… straight into ad giant’s graveyard

The Register: After 10 years, Google Cloud Print will finally be out of beta… straight into ad giant’s graveyard. “Google has announced plans to close down its Cloud Print service over the coming year. The Mountain View goliath today told punters that, effective January 1, 2021, they will no longer be able to use the service to remotely print documents. Netizens are advised to spend the next 12 months finding and setting up a different way to print.”