‘Severe Disruption’: Google Calendar Died and Some People Didn’t Know How to Live

A smart phone with the icons for the Google Calendar app is seen on the screen in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, on July 31, 2018. (Photo by S3studio/Getty Images)
A smart phone with the icons for the Google Calendar app is seen on the screen in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, on July 31, 2018. (Photo by S3studio/Getty Images)

Google Calendar is back after a more than two-hour outage Tuesday morning. At 10:31 a.m. PT, Google’s G Suite team tweeted: “We’re all clear folks!”

The service had been down for users around the world, showing 404 pages and error messages instead of important meeting and event information. Problems started to crop up early in the morning, and Google tweeted that it was “experiencing a service disruption.”

Google didn’t immediately have a comment on what caused the problem.

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SOURCE: CARRIE MIHALCIK, Cnet