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By Eric Mack
As Google shuts down Google Labs, we look back at the many innovations the effort brought us, including Gmail, Google Goggles, Google Earth and Google Maps, among others.
After Google announced Google Labs would be closing, several experimental products under development were killed. Here's a look at some that were spared from the executioner's axe.
You know Gmail and Google Maps, but have you seen the latest and greatest from Google's experimental labs section?
Have you checked out Google Labs lately? If not, it's worth a peek. The area, reserved for application and tool prototypes not yet ready for primetime, houses some cool (and crazy) ideas. Past alumni include Google Alerts, the Google Docs suite and Google Reader. Check out these eight Google Labs experiments that we'd like to see go mainstream. Which ones are on your radar?
Google rolled out a number of cool products this year, but not all of them can be home runs. Here's a look at the best and worst of Google this year.
Google Maps is a great resource...when it's accurate. Here are some of the most memorable mistakes.
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