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This morning’s slowdown with Google (NSDQ: GOOG) services such as search, YouTube, Gmail and mobile apps is largely cleared up, but some use…

imageThis morning’s slowdown with Google (NSDQ: GOOG) services such as search, YouTube, Gmail and mobile apps is largely cleared up, but some users are still experiencing problems, according to growing Twitter posts tagged with #googlefail. ZDNet’s Larry Dignan (whose post also sports a Google Fail Whale, picture, right), has been told its something to do with an AT&T (NYSE: T) routing issue. “Anything that touches Google via AT&T is down,” Dignan reports.

A Google rep told paidContent: “We’re aware some users had trouble accessing some Google services. The issue affecting some Google services has been resolved. We

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  1. Lito | TheFilipinoEntrepreneur Friday, May 15, 2009

    So that what happens last night when I was accessing Google search and other Google services. I thought there was something wrong with my browser or IP address that cannot access Google. I tried to ping it using the DOS console and found out that it has 3 request timeout and 1 can get through. Until now when I tried to ping it there were 2 request timeout.

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