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.
Six months ago, I wrote an article about the limited value of Google+, highlighting three points on why “Google+ isn’t Google-worthy.” While my first two points (barrier to entry, and cooking the books) are still valid, they are...
In a new move to fold Google+ into people's lives, Google releases a tool that lets people automatically back up their photos to the social service. Read this article by Stephen Shankland on CNET News.
Google may be getting ready to add Chromecast support to its Google+ mobile apps: A resourceful Google+ user has found Chromecast icons in the latest version of the Google+ Android app, suggesting that the app could soon be used to cast photos and...
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