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Google Selling Motorola at Multibillion-Dollar Loss. Less than two years after acquiring it, Google is ditching Motorola. Chinese electronics maker Lenovo is buying the hardware firm for $2.91 billion.

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Jan 30 th 2015 news – Google’s catastrophic $24billion loss leads to global market fall as shares in search giant continue to tumble

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Respected financier David Buik said: ‘The bubble has burst. After Google’s meteoric rise something like this was always bound to happen’
Third-quarter profits fell 20% on a year earlier to $2.18bn (£1.35bn)
Trading halted to give investors chance to digest news amid crash fears
Printing firm R.R. Donnelley blamed for leaking report ahead of schedule
Markets fall around the world on Friday as Google’s slide continues

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YouTube, one of the web firm’s most costly purchases to date, is some way off making money. only 3% of possible ad spots on YouTube are sold, and that rates are horribly low, making the whole video venture a real loss leader, despite its huge success in terms of traffic.

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According a recent report by analysts at the financial-services company Credit Suisse, Google will lose $470 million on the youtube this year alone.

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YouTube sells ads on fewer than 10 percent of its videos. Credit Suisse estimates that 375 million people around the world will play about 75 billion YouTube videos this year. To serve up all these streams, the company has to pay for a broadband connection capable of hurtling data at the equivalent of 30 million megabits-per-second—about 6 million times as fast as your home Internet connection. All this bandwidth costs Google $360 million a year, the analysts estimate. YouTube spends about $250 million a year to acquire licenses to broadcast professionally produced videos. Add in all other expenses, and the cost of running YouTube for one year exceeds $700 million. But the company makes only a fraction of that back in advertising—about $240 million in revenues.

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September 30,2014 Google shut down Orkut, the social network was created 10 years ago during the 20% initiative at Google, the social network was a big success in Brazil and India but failed to effectively take off and have any meaningful share in other countries. It was not considered to be cool to work on the Orkut team, within Google. Everything about the site starting from the fact that the site was branded around a person made it quite quirky. So it was difficult to get the best engineers to work on it. Eventually teams in India and Brazil took over the entire product.

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Dodgeball was a social media acquisition from 2005, brought to you by the co-founder who eventually built Foursquare. Dodgeball was an early attempt at location-based social media for stalking your “crushes.” Those were likely the same people you Crush Listed on Orkut. What was it: Dodgeball was a location-based social networking service that the user could use via text message. It allowed a person to broadcast his or her location to other users. They could then meet up. Why was it discontinued: Google did not specify the reason. But the service was replaced with Google Latitude. When: In January 2009 Google executive Vic Gundotra announced in Google Code Blog that the company would ‘discontinue in the next couple of months, after which this service will no longer be available.’
Latitude. Like one Dodgeball failure wasn’t enough, Google folded it into Latitude, then closed that location-based service last year.

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Google Buzz was a disaster from the start, and it led to one of Google’s bigger regulatory smackdowns. In 2010, Google tried to launch this turnkey social network that could immediately compete with Facebook and Twitter. Google basically tried to force feed a social network to gmail users, whose online contacts became their Buzz connections. Buzz became a privacy nightmare even in the social media realm, and the service was shut down in December 2011.

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Google bought the social-mapping site Waze for more than $1 billion last year. UPDATE: And there have been reports that it is interested in buying video-game streaming service Twitch, a popular source of teen entertainment. In June 2014 Google did buy the music service Songza. Despite a history full of failed projects and brief moments of user tumult, Google will acquire a social presence where it can and weave one into all other properties—YouTube Music, Hangouts messaging, payments, shopping and gmail.

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With an estimated 172 million unique-hits every month to their homepage, Google can (and often do) promote their products. To put it into perspective, advertisers paid an estimated $3.5 million for a 30 second spot in Super Bowl XLVI, which got 111.3 million pairs of eyeballs. So how can any of their products possibly fail?

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Failed products – Google Video Player, Google Video launched in late January 2005 and 22 months later Google bought YouTube for $1.65 billion, prompting some to call it a bad acquisition. Google Video Player failed. It was kept around for 10 months after the YouTube acquisition, and then discontinued. It lasted two years in total.

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Failed products – Google Buzz was essentially Google’s clone to Twitter. It integrated right into Gmail and allowed users to posts links, photos, status updates and videos. Generally Google doesn’t do well if they’re not first to market, and this was one of those products. Google Buzz lasted 22 months.

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Failed products – Google Answers. The Google Answers concept is good – a user pays a researcher for an answer to a question they have, the researcher gets paid and Google gets a cut of it. It works for all parties. It seemed, however, that most people chose to ask their questions on forums or Yahoo! Answers, opting for the free route and trusting that the responses are valid. With the addition of Quora, where users select the response that they find most valid and sufficient, it makes it difficult to give a person a reason to pay for an answer. While Yahoo! Answers appears more like a teenage chat room and declines in traffic, people are turning to search, Quora (early adopters) and asking friends on Facebook—all for free. Google Answers lasted 4 years and 8 months.

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Failed products – Google Notebook. The design was a major disappointment and I found it much more difficult to use. Google did offer a few features such as clipping of web pages with a browser extension and the sharing of notes. Google made a smooth transition from Notebook into the now popular Google Docs.
Google Notebook lasted 5 years and 4 months. Why is Google Notebook a failure while Evernote is a success? Evernote has had consistent growth in traffic due to their support of multiple platforms-much like Dropbox.

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Failed products – Google Wave. It’s tough to explain in a sentence what Google Wave was. Google explained it as “A wave is a live, shared space on the web where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.” One of Wave’s developers said, “Wave is what email would look like if it were invented today.” Google had high hopes for Wave, but it failed to cross the chasm. Google Wave lasted 15 months.

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Failed products – Google X ( 2005 ), Google Catalogue, Web Accelerator, Wiki Search, Google Audio ads, Dodgeball, Jaiku, Google page creator, Google Buzz

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Failed Product – Google Lively. What was it: A virtual environment to chat and share. Think of it as a 3D chat programme or a 3D social networking site where the user could customise every aspect of the room he or she created. Why was it discontinued: The company wanted to focus more on the core search, ads and apps business.
When: The Lively team said in a blog post on November 19, 3008 that the services will be “discontinued at the end of December (2008), and everyone who has worked on the project will then move on to other teams.”

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Failed product – Google Print Ads and Google Radio Ads. What was it: Google got into selling print ads and radio ads at a much lower cost. It even reached a deal with Clear Channel Radio, whereby Google was supposed to sell about 5 per cent of its advertising space.
Why was it discontinued: Google said that the projects did not live up to its expectations and it did not have the impact that the company had hoped for.
When: The services were discontinued in 2009.

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Failed product – Jaiku. What was it: Comparable to Twitter, Jaiku was a social networking, micro-blogging and life-streaming service. It was founded by Jyri Engeström and Petteri Koponen and bought by Google in October, 2007. Why was it discontinued: Officially, Google did not give any reason for discontinuing the service. Some say that it was shut down as the company wanted to focus on Google+ and also Jaiku didn’t manage enough traction. When: In October 2011, Google Bradley Horowitz wrote on the official blog that “Jaiku, a product we acquired in 2007 that let users send updates to friends, will shut down on January 15, 2012.”

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Failed product – iGoogle. What was it: iGoogle was a personalised homepage. A user could customise the Google homepage with ‘Gadgets’ such as newfeed, Google Chat, countdown timer, daily literary quote, games and so on. Why was it discontinued: The company felt that the need for a customisable homepage is no longer required. “With modern apps that run on platforms like Chrome and Android, the need for something like iGoogle has eroded over time,” announced the company. When: The company will retire iGoogle on November 1, 2013.

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Failed product – Google Health. What was it: The service allowed users to keep their health records in a centralised location – either manually or by logging into their accounts at partnered health services providers. The company wanted ‘to create a service that would give people access to their personal health and wellness information.’ Why was it discontinued: According to post on the company’s official blog: ‘Now, with a few years of experience, we’ve observed that Google Health is not having the broad impact that we hoped it would. There has been adoption among certain groups of users like tech-savvy patients and their caregivers, and more recently fitness and wellness enthusiasts.’ When: The services were complete shut in January 2013.

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Failed product – Knol. What was it: Knols were authoritative articles about specific topics, written by people who know about those subjects. According to the company’s post on the official blog: ‘Knol was supposed to encourage experts to contribute their knowledge online and make it accessible to everyone.’ Many saw knol as Google’s attempt to compete with Wikipedia. Why was it discontinued: Google phased out Knol in favour of Annotum. When: All the content was deleted by October 2012.

Failed product – picnik. What was it: Picnik was an online photo editing service. Google had acquired it in 2010. Why was it discontinued: It was discontinued and an app with the same tools was added to Google+. It is called as the Creative Kit. When: In January 2012, Picnik announced that it would be closing on April 19, 2012.

Failed product – Google Video Marketplace. What was it: It was an open video marketplace enabling consumers to buy and rent a wide range of video content from major television networks, professional sports leagues, cable programmers, independent producers and film makers. It was supposed to be an answer to Apple’s iTunes. Why was it discontinued: The service was unsuccessful and didn’t take off the way Google wanted it. When: It was shut in August 2007.

Failed product – Google Fast Flip. What was it: Google Fast Flip was an online news aggregator. It tried to combine the elements of print and online articles. Like a print magazine, Fast Flip would let user browse sequentially through bundles of recent news, headlines and popular topics, as well as feeds from individual top publishers. Google had tied up with media houses to present the content. Why was it discontinued: In its post at the official blog, Google did not specify the reason. It just said: “For the past two years, in collaboration with publishers, the Fast Flip experiment has fuelled a new approach to faster, richer content display on the web. This approach will live on in our other display and delivery tools.” When: The announcement to discontinue the service came in September 2011.


Why Nokia failed ?

Nokia sold its devices business to Microsoft for EUR 5.44 billion (all cash transaction). The company which some time ago used to be the market leader has seen its global market share to just three per cent. Nokia, which overtook Motorola in 1998 to take the crown of biggest phone manufacturer of world, lost its prestigious crown after struggling for last 3 years. The 4 costly mistakes that lead to Nokia losing the battle.

Nokia launched its Symbian 60 series in year 2002 which initially had a good market response but with the introduction of Apple iOS in 2007 and Android in 2008, the OS race was completely taken over by the two giants. The reasons for collapse of Symbian OS is lack of applications and UI (User Interface). After facing competition from iOS and Android, Nokia continuously tried to improve their Symbian OS but it was mostly following the UI of Android and iOS and was not creating something unique. Secondly, the company failed to look into the need of available applications in gaining market share.

Finally when the tide turned against the company, the company made the biggest mistake to take a leap of faith in Windows in 2011. At that point of time, the company already was in declining condition and trusting Windows which was new in the field to regain its status was the biggest mistake the company made.

Lumia series could have been a hit for the company had they launched on the Android platform. All these phones which the company launched were comparable to other competitor devices but OS was the problem which lead to ultimate collapse of company.

NOKIA Became Laggard in Smartphone Market

Stiff competition from Samsung and Apple, and lack on focus on innovation was the second big reason of collapse. Even if users could ignore the OS, the the hardware features which Nokia was rolling out were quiet late as compared its major competitors Samsung and Apple. Nokia seemed to be lagging in the race. Where Samsung from nowhere entered the race and focused on innovation as its core competence to gain the market share, Nokia was very late to realize this fact. Samsung did everything right to focus solely on product innovation and started competing with Apple in all product lines from smartphones to tablets, but Nokia failed to develop a focused device strategy.

Losing Market Share on Both Ends.

Nokia not only failed to realize competition from Apple, Samsung, Sony, Blackberry in high end smartphones, they also failed to notice the stiff competition in the lower segments of phones. Where Nokia was loosing charm in high end phones, the competition from Micromax, HTC, Huawei and ZTE squeezed the company’s market share in lower segment too. This led to double trouble for the company. The company which used to have epic models like Nokia 1100 suddenly started losing at lower ends too. Very lately company realized this thing and launched their Asha series but by that time they had already lost the game.

Failure to Implement the Right Umbrella Branding Strategy

Apple was the first phone to use the strategy of umbrella branding using iPhone as an umbrella brand and then building subsequent models each year. Samsung was quick in identifying this concept and they started building their high end phones with Galaxy S series.

Nokia on the other hand used to have used an umbrella brand in the N series and recently the Lumia series, but they failed to create buzz among customers which Apple created. Apple very uniquely launches its new model in September each year and whole year it builds consumer anticipation which drive demand.

But the problem with Nokia’s umbrella branding is that they didn’t, or couldn’t build anticipation in users.

To to conclude the Nokia’s story, in this high tech era with change in consumer power, the company which is missing the constant innovation has the high probability of getting punished from the customer.


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I am teaching since 1989 I have observed most students can do much better if they have the self motivation to solve and practice. Cheap books are available in second hand bookstalls, where you get thousands of Numericals to solve ….. but most students will like to blow their time going and coming for tuition, travel time …. TV for hours and hours watching cricket / Tennis games, playing computer games …. My free lectures are not going to make much difference in spending of unnecessary money for coaching ….. I know very well , how much people enjoy …. ! spending unnecessarily !!

Do you know that there are NO poor / needy students in Bangalore.

Sometime back I had tried to teach for IIT JEE FREE. Discussed with a few NGOs and social service guys. Arranged rooms but got only 1 student. We had informed many people in many ways to inform students …. We did not get students who are ready to learn for free. So I am sure these lectures are NOT FREE. If anyone learns from these, s/he changes and that’s the gain / benefit. This change ( due to learning ) is very costly …. Most do not want to learn ………..

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