Good news for Google Plus skeptics: Its owner is finally admitting defeat. Yes, that’s right, Google is finally admitting that its adventure into the realm of social media with this rather ill-advised idea was wrong all along. As CNN...Show More Summary
Google Plus logins are slowly going away - Fast Company 7 pieces of advice for your postinterview email - Levo League Finally, Google is testing more personal Gmail domains - HuffPost Tech Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, and others warnShow More Summary
The company is most likely responding to the demands of mobile users who expect apps to deliver services on their own.
Google is finally going to stop trying to make Plus happen. The company announced in a blog post Monday that it will no longer force people to use a Google Plus account to log in to other, more popular Google services. That includes YouTube, whose users have been howling for years about the Google Plus requirement. Show More Summary
Google’s 2013 decision to incorporate Google+ accounts into YouTube’s channels and comments resulted in one of the greatest user firestorms in YouTube history. Nearly two years later, Google is reversing its change, as Google+ accounts...Show More Summary
Google has promised to roll back the controversial Google Plus account requirements it put in place for making comments on sites like YouTube, and to decouple the accounts from other services. Is this simply too little, too late?
There is more evidence that the days for Google Plus, the company's attempt at a social media network, are numbered. That's especially true after Google just announced that Google Plus Photos is shutting down and has been re-branded as Google Photos.
I really like Google Plus, but I think about half of what I see in my news feed are "what's hot" postings. But I don't want to see 'em at all, just the postings from my friends and colleagues. Can I turn off "What's Hot"? The post Reduce Google Plus What’s Hot entries showing up? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
If you’ve been using Google Photos in lieu of Google Plus Photos, you’re probably not alone. Today, Google announced it will begin shutting down Google Plus Photos on August 1. The shutdown will hit Android first, then iOS and the Web...Show More Summary
Motorola's David Schuster has basically become the defacto news source for Motorola update information lately. Sticking to that tradition, Schuster has taken to Google Plus once again with a slew of information on different updates, including the availability of Android 5.1 Lollipop for the Moto X (2014) on U.S. Cellular and AT&T, along with some updates on other devices.
Motorola's David Schuster is certainly on a roll lately. Taking to Google Plus once again, Schuster has announced that Android 5.1 soak tests have begun for the Moto X (2014) on Verizon and the Moto G (2013) with LTE in the US.
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2013 Moto X owners, your wait is finally over: Android 5.1 Lollipop is on its way. Motorola's David Schuster once again took to Google Plus today to announce that the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for the 2013 Moto X is now rolling out for U.S. and Brazil retail devices, along with the Rogers variant in Canada.
A year ago today, some of Roger Ebert's best friends and colleagues got together on Google Plus to celebrate his birthday. Special guests included Chaz Ebert, Werner Herzog, Steve James, John Singleton, Alan Polsky, Anne Thompson, Josh Golden, Kartina Richardson, Ali Arikan, Sam Fragoso and RogerEbert.com Editor-in-Chief Matt Zoller Seitz. Show More Summary
In this episode, we talk about how to promote your posts on social media - primarily for free. We talk about Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Google Plus. I share some tools you can use to automate it, and I also share a strategy...Show More Summary
As of May 2015, Google Plus has 300 million active users globally. Of course, this is nowhere close to the 1.2 billion Facebook users, but that doesn't mean that this platform doesn't have a big marketing upside for real estate agents -- because it does...
Android 5.1 Lollipop for the 2013 Moto X may arrive in a couple of weeks for U.S. owners. Motorola's David Schuster took to Google Plus today to give an update on the progress of Android 5.1 Lollipop testing for the unlocked 2013 Moto X. In his post, Schuster says that, if testing goes well, the update may arrive within the coming weeks.
Google+ shunted to the sidelines, Google privacy settings, Facebook threats are fine, LEGO Worlds channels Minecraft, BlackBerry prevents Typo, and the FIFA official who doesn’t understand satire. Google Stops Promoting Google+ Google...Show More Summary
Google+ is, at the time of writing, still a thing, but its future is far from assured. Unless there’s a huge wave of interest, Google+ may not be long for this world. Or perhaps I’m just being pessimistic, and actually people are still interested in Google’s social network. Show More Summary