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Google Latitude was retired on August 9th, 2013. Products retired include Google Latitude in Google Maps for Android, Latitude for iPhone, the Latitude API, the public badge, the iGoogle Gadget, and the Latitude website at maps.google.com/latitude. What does this mean for me? You are no longer able to share your location using Latitude. We haven’t included Latitude as a feature in the latest version of Google Maps for mobile on Android and you can no longer see Latitude for iPhone on the App Store. Your list of friends on Latitude is no longer visible. Latitude

Notebook

As of July 2012, Google Notebook has shut down and all Notebook data should now be in Google Docs. As previously announced, in most cases we were able to automatically export the Notebook data, so please visit Google Docs. Also please update any bookmarks or links to Notebook so that they point to Docs instead. Here are answers to some questions about this transition. We may add or update questions over time. Notebook
Google Body

Google Body

WebGL not supported This product uses WebGL, which your browser does not appear to support. Possible reasons: Your Web browser actually doesn't support WebGL.Check this page for a list of browsers that do.Your video driver or operating system is not supported.To ensure fast performance and prevent crashes, some browsers that support WebGL deactivate it for particular video driver and operating system versions. (For some browsers it is possible to override this -- you can manually turn WebGL back on by changing a setting.
As we announced in August 2010, we are not continuing active development of Google Wave as a stand-alone product. Google Wave will be shut down in April 2012. This page details the implication of the turn down process for Google Wave. Google Wave

Google Wave

Goggles

Goggles There are some things that are hard to put in words, like a painting that you want to find out the artist of. For searches like that, try Google Goggles -- it lets you search the web using photos that you've taken on your mobile phone. So just open the Goggles app on your phone, snap a photo of that painting, and find search results all about it. Sometimes pictures really are worth a thousand words. Best search queries