Thursday is around the corner, and while many of us will be refraining from traveling for Thanksgiving, USA TODAY will continue our annual tradition. It’s time to roll back the clock and look at the top tech turkeys of the year, the products or companies that let us down, big time in 2020. 

Let’s start with Google Photos.

The pitch was hard to ignore. At a time when Apple, Microsoft and Amazon charged for backing up your photos online, in 2015 Google Photos debuted and told consumers “you can now backup and store unlimited, high-quality photos and videos, for free.”

That is, until 2020, when it backtracked and said that after some 4 trillion photos had been uploaded to the service, it would now engage in a classic bait-and-switch move by moving to a paid model as of June.

Google (Photo: Google)

With over 1 billion users for the