Archive for the ‘Google Plus’ Category

Apple has just announced the release date of the HomePod in China. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Google+, the company’s often ignored social network is creeping its way into Google’s other products left and right, and according to an announcement out of Mountain View, we’re soon to see it feature more prominently in our Gmail inboxes.

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Although Google spends a great deal of time updating and improving the general functionality of its wide range of products and services, often, the search giant comes through with some nifty customization features. Fairly soon, your Google+ profile will be the subject of deeper integration with your Android smartphone, becoming the profile picture seen by those who call, and so long as you’ve gone through the process of verifying your phone number in the first place, anybody ringing you will see your Google+ image.

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Google has wrapped up its Morning with Google+ event, and the Internet is abuzz with news and reviews surrounding the announcements. Amongst several other features, Google’s social network is getting a slew of new photo and video enhancement features, that intend on not just making the sharing experience better, but put Google in a position where the Mountain View company can compete directly with dedicated filter and photo-enhancement apps that are available for Android and iOS. Let’s take a look at what they announced for Google+ today.

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Every so often Google does something that reminds everyone of just how close to the creepy line it likes to sail. With hooks into email, social networking and of course the entire Web, Google knows just about everything there is to know about us, and what we do online.

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Google I/O 2012 has so far exceeded all expectations I had from the event. The number and variety of announcements is enough to rival Apple’s at WWDC. So far, we’ve seen an updated version of Android (4.1 Jelly Bean), a Nexus tablet, a show-stopping Google Glasses demo and, the news we will be discussing in this post, new Google+ apps and features. Check it out after the jump.

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Ever since Google launched its own social network in the form of Google+, comparisons have been made left and right with the current king of the space, Facebook. Now that the search giant has announced that its fledgling network has reached the 100 million user milestone, those comparisons are once again being made.

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For those iOS device owning social networking fans out there, the time has come to head on over to the App Store and see for yourself the direction which Google has decided to take with their iOS version of the Google+ app. After already going through a number of updates since initial launch, Google haven’t really wowed anyone with their Google+ mobile app, but version 2.0 of the said app will definitely up the game a bit.

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It was only last week that Google announced that its social network, Google+, had breached the 90 millions users mark which represented quite a staggering rise in registrations considering that number was closer to the 40 million mark in October last year. We all know however, that a registered consumer base is somewhat different to an engaged consumer based but in the Google+ world; Larry Page reckons that sixty percent of those users use the site daily, with approximately eighty percent being active weekly users.

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Google today took the interesting step of adding a feature to one of its products which could well be to the detriment of another.

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Google is clearly determined that Google+ isn’t going to go the way of the dodo. Or Myspace. Or Friendster. Or, anything else.

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Google has gone right for the Facebook jugular having just launched the Pages aspect of its social network effort, Google+, with an announcement via its official blog.

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