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Google+ Gets A Major Redesign, Nothing Left Untouched [Updates]

Not long after launching a new, more “Google+-ish” look for all their products, Google has announced a complete redesign of its social network, which brings changes to almost every aspect of Google+. The idea behind the redesign is to make the Google+ interface more flexible, so as to allow additions of new features in the [...]
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