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In Memoriam: Technology That Died in 2019

Death comes for us all, even once-great Silicon Valley giants. Here are the apps, startups, devices, and sites that drifted off into the great beyond in 2019.

By Chloe Albanesius

Every year, we see favorite apps, buzz-worthy startups, and ideas that never quite got off the ground meet their demise and quietly exit stage left. We had advance warning of some of the…

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