Google’s publishing service is in a precarious spot, as its market share has declined and its product hasn’t been able to keep pace with its competitors.
According to data compiled by The Information, Amazon’s Life Sciences division has dropped to only 12.3% market share and Google has climbed to 29.7%.
This year, Amazon has already announced a move to buy Life Sciences and Google’s product is now the largest ebook publisher in the world.
But now it looks like Google’s own publishing platform, Google Life Science, may be heading to the Amazon Kindle.
According the information, Google is planning to launch a service called Google Life Sciences on the Kindle, and Amazon is in talks to acquire the company.
The article explains that Google Life Sci has a very limited product list, but that it will eventually offer a wide range of content from journals to books.
In the meantime, Amazon will focus on its own publishing product, which is what Google has already been working on for years.
According to a Google spokesperson, the company plans to launch the service “soon.”
“We’ve been working closely with Amazon to explore opportunities that might make sense for our publishing platform,” the spokesperson said in an email.
“We’ll share more details soon, but for now, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be launching Google Life Studies on the Amazon Marketplace in a few weeks.
In the meantime Google has also announced that it is in negotiations with Penguin to acquire Penguin, the publishing company behind the Penguin Random House imprint.
The acquisition will likely be announced next week.
Google’s strategy has been to focus on building its own content-publishing service.
It has invested heavily in its own technology and has made great strides in terms of its ability to create and deliver its own products, but it hasn’t managed to keep up with the pace of innovation and competition from the rest of the industry.
We’ve learned from past mistakes and we have no plans to repeat those mistakes in the future, Google says in a blog post.
Google will continue to build its own digital content service in the long term.
It will continue creating new products and services for Google’s ecosystem.
And we’ll continue to invest in new platforms, including Kindle and the new Amazon publishing platform.