If you are currently not on Google Plus or not actively using it, I am here to tell you that you will be +1′ing very soon. My short answer for this prediction: well, it’s Google..and they are kind of a big deal on the internet. Original article here
Google is to withdraw its Google Reader service due to declining interest in the RSS content aggregator. Check out the original source here.
Google+ has just rolled out a new feature that allows for much larger cover images — up to 2120 x 1192! They’ve also streamlined the editing process and added a new “local reviews” tab to business pages. Details can be found on the GreenMellen blog. The post Google+ adds much larger cover photos appeared first […]
Google Glass (also referred to as “Project Glass”) which was announced on April 4, 2012, is Google’s concept for augmented reality glasses. It is considered to be the “smartphone” glasses, providing information and communication, even more accessible than with the touch of a button. Google has boasted the Project Glass’s ability to vary from taking photos and recording video, to current weather notices, as well as emails and text messages with friends. Since it’s Spring 2012 concept debut, Google has been hard at work, never stumbling at their development of prototypes.
A simple search for “a” using the Search bar at the top display over 7 millions users. How many days do you believe that will pass until Google Plus reaches 8 million users Check out the original source here.
Since being introduced this past December, Google Plus Communities have captured the fancy of everyone having shared interests. If used smartly, Google Plus Communities can prove to be a boon for brands as it provides them with a platform to interact with consumers. Original article here