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Google+: Is It A Failure? [Infographic]

Ever since Google launched its own social network, Google+, many have asked whether or not it will be able to compete with the social media giant, Facebook. In fact, some even tried to gauge whether or not Google+ can effectively compete with Twitter. However, so far, the growth of Google+ has been rather slow.
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Google+ Hangouts Comes To Your Android

One of the most distinctive feature of Google+ is Hangouts. The feature seems to be picking up recently with the launch of 'Hangouts on Air' and a lot of users are hooked to it, finding it a unique form of interaction. Now, Google has shipped out an update for the Android App of Google+ so that Android users can utilize hangout right from their…
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Gmail Gets More Tweaks From Google

Google has been working hard to make Gmail a far more social experience for the users. This, the company hopes to accomplish by integrating more and more social interactive features into Gmail, most of them naturally linked to Google's social network, Google Plus.
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‘Hangouts On Air’ Being Offered To Google+ Users

Google had offered the 'Hangouts on Air' feature to a limited number of Google+ users. And now, the company has rolled out the feature to the entire user base of its social network. This feature is really cool and very useful in that it allows you to broadcast an event live from your YouTube channel as well as from the Google+ stream.
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Will Google Glasses Turn Us Smarter Or Robots-Like?

Ever since Google has publicly spoken out about its Project Glass and has even shown a video depicting how the glasses will work, there has been a roaring debate in the blogosphere. Our first reaction, naturally, was that of awe over such a great product which you could wear around. But it would seem that there are a lot of possible vulnerabilities…
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Google Will Launch A Third-Party Commenting System Soon

Google has been reported to launch its own third-party commenting system that will run across all of the other Google services. It will especially be integrated with Google+, according to Venture Beat. Despite being Google’s, which tend to leave its own mark on its tools and services, this new commenting system is expected to be similar to Disqus…
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