Goodbye Google Buzz: The World Barely Knew You

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After a tough life, rife with privacy complaints and confused users, Google Buzz will die in a few months so that the company can better focus its efforts on their new social network Google+. "Changing the world takes focus on the future, and honesty about the past," Google's vice president of product Bradley Horowitz said in an official blog post on Friday that details the shutdown of Google Labs. "We learned a lot from products like Buzz, and are putting that learning to work every day in our vision for products like Google+."

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