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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Google’s New social network: Google +

Facebook is the leading social network out there, but that doesn’t prevent other companies from developing their social networks. Speaking of new social networks, Google has just launched Google + social network.

One major problem with social networks is that you share all of your information with people in your friend’s list, despite the fact that you might not even know them or consider them your friends. Luckily, Google has decided to create a special service called Circles that allows you to share specific information with a different circle of friends on a new, easy, and intuitive way.
In addition, we have to mention Sparks service that allows you to find stories that interest you and share them with your friends in just a few clicks. If you want to stay in touch with your friends at all times, there’s a Hangout, which is a service that allows you to talk and have video conferences with your friends in real time.
Google + looks amazing, but so far, it’s only available via invitation, so we can’t wait for it to go public. We just hope that Google + doesn’t face the same fate as Google Wave or Google Buzz.

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