Steve Grove is a member of the Google+ team. A three-year member of the team to be specific, but more important than the length of time he has been with the team, Grove recently spoke with LiveMint and had some interesting
We recently saw Google rollout the AutoAwesome Snow setup. This allowed Google+ users to add falling snow to an image. While neat and somewhat fun to play with, it seems that is just one perk Google has lined up for the users.
Did you enjoy the falling snow autoawesome feature Google rolled out a few days ago? We did, but who wants to go outside and snap pics? It’s cold out there. We like to be bundled up inside, safely tucked away from jack frost.
It looks like Google is really starting to slowly but surely impose its Google+ brand on Android users, replacing stock Android apps with their own proprietary alternatives. What started with the Nexus 5's Messaging app has now
YouTube’s commenting system was a mess prior to Google+. When Google stepped in to involve their social platform, it took a drastic step toward ending the misogyny and blind hate. Google+, by nature, gives moderators better
Google is now using Google+ posts as ads across other sites, the company announced today. The “+Post” ads will display on Google’s two million sites available on its Google Display Network. By taking posts that include
Google has just pushed out an update to the Google Play Store app that can turn out to be a mixed blessing to users. While it does offer a few new conveniences, it also now integrates a bit more with Google's social networking
Google is making a big push to be your go-to source for photography. Part of their strategy is image enhancement, be it automatically touching up or backing up your device photos in the cloud. Another subtle strategy involves
Anyone that has had issues with a Google account knows it can be a headache. They want to verify your identity via picture ID, and often demand that the corresponding forms show your user name on them. If you’re not comfortable
It’s no secret: YouTube comments can be offensive. In an attempt to corral that behavior, Google introduced Google+ commenting for YouTube, effectively tying the two services together. It’s been a few weeks, but the scope of