The new Google+ looks a lot nicer than the old Google+, but will that get you to use it?
Hangouts, the free multiperson video chat and messaging service inside Google+, has been broken out into its own standalone apps for iOS, Android, and Chrome.
Google may finally be paying attention to the Nexus line’s camera.
This is not just a great vacation beach shot with HDR-like details. It’s also a pic from Google’s new Nexus 10 tablet, shot by Google exec Vic Gundotra on vacation somewhere beautiful.
Google+ would have a full read and write API today if the world’s largest search engine company knew how to release it in a way that wouldn’t screw developers. At least, that’s what Google’s senior vice president for Google+ implied in a personal status update.
Google, as it has long promised, is taking another step toward unifying all its web products under the Google+ umbrella by making Google+ a big part of signing up for a new Google account.
Google+ has finally introduced features for businesses and brands.
Google released of a slew of new social features this morning for its Google+ social network that incorporate strong, fun visual elements.
Google just unveiled a boatload of new features for its fledgling Google+ social network, many of which will be sure to please fans of its Hangouts group video chat.
Google on Wednesday updated its +1 button with new functionality that lets users both “+1″ content and automatically share it on their Google+ accounts.
Google+ games, announced by Google today on its Google+ social network, represent a big chance for social games companies to diversify and reduce their dependence on Facebook. That’s why Google already has an impressive list of game companies, including Zynga, PopCap and Rovio, on its brand new game platform.
Google has finally added games to its Google+ social network, the company announced in a blog post today. The first set of games includes smash hit game Angry Birds, and games from social gaming powerhouse Zynga and casual games maker PopCap.
Google VP Vic Gundotra has admitted that the company’s new social network, Google+, has made mistakes when it comes to kicking many people using fake names off the service and says there is still much to do to perfect the system.
Many Google+ users saw a massive amount of notification email messages from the service this afternoon, and now Google’s head of social, Vic Gundotra, has an explanation.
Google+, Google’s brand-new social networking site, will once again let users invite their friends to join them on the site, Google’s senior vice president of engineering Vic Gundotra said.
In a game of social networking chicken with Google, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not blinking. Zuckerberg currently has the most followers on Google’s new social network, Google+, beating out Google CEO Larry Page and Senior VP Vic Gundotra, according to socialstatistics.com.
After months of waiting, Google finally unveiled on Tuesday its new social project, Google+. It’s an ambitious gambit that aims to turn all of Google’s services into one giant social platform, and in the process steal some thunder from Facebook while making Google – for once – a big player in social networking.