‘Google X’ goes missing

Earlier today, we reported that Google Labs had debuted “Google X” which added an animated Mac OS X-style Dock above Google’s search box. Chikai Ohazama, Google Software Engineer, had blogged about the new offering from Google Labs.

Ohazama blog entry announcing ‘Google X’ remains online currently, but a visit to the ‘Google X’ URL supplied by Ohazama now returns the simple text, “The requested URL was not found on this server.”

Of note is the Google Labs’ disclaimer, “These technologies are still in the beginning stages of development, so they may disappear without warning or perform erratically. If something’s not working on this page, please come back and try it again later.”

Related MacDailyNews articles:
Google debuts ‘Google X’ with Apple Mac OS X-like Dock – March 16, 2005


  1. I noticed the missing Google X hours ago. It will be sorely missed. I thought it was so cool. I wonder if Apple Legal had anything to do with it. Those guys have been on a rampage.

  2. take off the tinfoil hats, guys… There’s no tactical reason for Apple Legal to go after Google, when Luxpro is sitting out there waiting to be gutted…

    Google betas disappear and reappear often. If it’s not back up by the end of the week, then we can assume the worst.

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