Is killing off your tech products insanely fast the new fashion for Silicon Valley executives? It certainly seems that way recently, with the whole one-week TouchPad saga now being followed up by Google's shuttering of its Photovine service. Google's killed off under-performing products before (anyone remember Wave?), but Photovine's notable for the speed at which Google decided to jettison the iOS-only service. Photo sharing opportunities will apparently now all be Google+ focused from now on. [VentureBeat via PetaPixel]
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