There appeared to be a widespread Google outage largely concentrated on the East and West coasts late Thursday.
"It's not uncommon for us to not know, especially when things are going on," CNET Editor At Large Ian Sherr told KCBS Radio's Dan Mitchinson. "Often times, these things get resolved and we never know why. I have a feeling that will be what ends up happening here."
Sherr said all of the platforms are connected "because they live in Google's world." He added: "That's great, but when one of them goes down, there's a potential that other ones can go down too. That may be what's going on here."
The outages started on the West Coast around 6 p.m.
They reportedly happened because of a routing server crash, according to 9To5Google.
Google has not yet commented on the widespread outages.