Google continued to kill off businesses Nov. 22 as it streamlines operations, axing its would-be Wikipedia rival, Knol, and Wave, a real-time collaboration tool, CNET reports. Earlier this year, Google Chief Executive Larry Page announced plans to shed businesses that didn't offer big opportunities in order for Google to focus on the ones that do. Along the way, the company has killed off Buzz, a social-networking attempt; Google Health, a personal health records service; and Google Desktop, a PC application that let users search for files and documents on their computers, among others. The latest round of cuts, announced in...

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