If you think that Google+ is going away soon, you have to get rid of that thought. If you think that Google+ is a Facebook copycat, you have to get rid of that thought, too. Yesterday, after Google has spent a year to redefine itself and our online personal identities with Google+ in the center, the time had come to the enterprise market, also here with Google+ as a main driver and common denominator.
Today at I/O, Google rebranded "Hangouts" as a new unified, cross-platform messaging system. It lets people text, photo, and group video message across Hangouts' Android and iOS apps, plus its Gmail and Google+ site integrations.
Google has revamped Google+. The new look and feel puts images front and center. While some new photo features and enhancements add some interesting functionality, the ridiculously huge cover photos are a bit hard for some users to swallow.
During the Google I/O developers conference this week, the tech giant unveiled a slew of new photo-related features now available on... (Newsflash: Could photo magic lure you over to Google+ (and away from Facebook)?
Retail chain sees value in Google PlusComputerworld AustraliaGoogle Plus' Hangouts feature will let staff share what they've done in their store with staff in another retail location, Venables told Computerworld Australia.
YouTube has recently added a new 144p video resolution option for select videos, according to users who noticed the change.Up until this option was added, YouTube made playback quality from 240p to 4K resolution available.
Here's why your company's Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and other social media campaigns aren't performing as well as they could be. (RT @Inc: Social Media Myth No. 3: Google+ is a waste of time.
BTIG Research‘s Rich Greenfield, who has been relentlessly critical of Facebook (FB) in recent months, today penned a second installment of his essays on why the social networking site should be worried about Google‘s (GOOG) own social networking...
I really like Google Plus. Yes, I'm well aware that it's the butt of a lot of jokes, but Google Plus actually contains a vibrant community of people, brands and content that can be just as interesting as Twitter, and certainly more ...
Venturebeat got the word from some invites that went out this week.On Tuesday, April 9, at 11 a.m., the City of Austin and Google will make a very important announcement that will have a positive impact on Austinites and the future of the city.