Internet giant Google is pulling the plug on five products, including iGoogle, Google Video and Google Chatback, in a bid to streamline its business.
Google would also close Google mini and Symbian Search Applications.
The company would effect a phased closure of the products and, by the end of 2013, Google would shut down these services completely.
"...last fall we started a spring clean, and since then we've closed or combined more than 30 products. Today we're announcing a few more closures," Google Global Enterprise Search general manager Matt Eichner said on the company's blog post.
The five products are slated for closure on account of them being outdated and the availability of new enhanced products and services.
"Closing products always involves tough choices, but we do think very hard about each decision and its implications for our users. Streamlining our services enables us to focus on creating beautiful technology that will improve people's lives," Eichner said.