Google has integrated its Google+ social network into YouTube and now requires a profile before being able to comment on the video service. This move has since come under fire, even from one of the video sharing site’s co-founders.
Custom URLs were only available to verified accounts owned by celebrities and brands now regular users can now claim their own custom URL for public use.
Google has unveiled its plans to include users’ names, pictures and comments in ads endorsing products and businesses, in a drive towards ‘social advertisement’.
Ever felt helpless after reading a post or comment on Google+ because it was in a language you couldn’t understand? Well, that won’t be the case anymore thanks to the addition of built-in translate support on Google’s social network.
Google is reportedly working on a new service dubbed Google Mine that will allow users to share real-world goods with friends.