It is very common for businesses as successful as Google to innovate their practises in order to stay ahead of the competition. Most of the time, when people are changing their products and services they like to announce it long before it happens. This is to create excitement amongst their customers and therefore gain more popularity for the business as a whole.
It is common knowledge that businesses are always expanding. Especially massively successful brands such as Amazon. If you aren’t expanding, you’re either getting smaller as a company or staying put, both of which aren’t advisable if you want to be as successful as Amazon clearly want to be.
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