Good News for Gamers! Google on Thursday has finally rolled out it’s new and most interesting feature of Google+ project, ‘The Games’. If you wish to check out the feature then just click the ‘fifth small icon’ that is named as ‘Games’ after ‘Circles‘ button on your Google+ user account.
London was burned this week due to heavy riots, caused when the police shot, 29 year old Mark Duggan in Tottenhum on Thursday. The protest against the police began peacefully, which then turned into a violent night of looting and carnage, burning buildings, vehicles, etc.
9th August: According to the police officials, and news reports by BBC, the protest was done by the teenage gang and BlackBerry Messenger, Twitter and Facebook were considered as an important tool in igniting these riots. Read more about this news after the break.
Anonymous the famous hackers group, which has been previously involved in hacking the websites of Malaysian government, Spain Police, Indian government and which has also been responsible for PlayStation Network outage has now decided ‘something big’ that is to launch an attack on the largest social network of the world, Facebook.
Last week we reported that Old Twitter will soon be diminishing and Twitter has been warning their users for that as well. But now it has been finally wiped out. And the New Twitter is the only Twitter, users will be using now, whether they like it or not!
Google+, Google’s revolutionary social network that has recently gained 25 million visitors (in a period of one month) is the fastest growing website ever. Google+ despite being in beta mode (invite only) has gained a large number of people towards itself, but still it has to cover a long distance in order to reach the audience of Facebook (750 million) and Twitter (200 million).
Google+ because of being in an invite only mode has allowed its already ‘signed in’ users to invite their friends and family members to the network via their email addresses, but this process of inviting people to Google+ is considered as a bit slow by many, so in order to make it fast and easy Google+ has unveiled a new way to invite your friends to the social network. Read about it after the break.
Since it’s inception Google+ is considered as a viable challenge for Facebook by many people. We have seen different polls, infographics, stories, videos, animated images and discussions on Google+ vs. Facebook topic, and everybody knows that the result of all these things clearly show one straight message – ‘IT’S A WAR’.
We knew Google was secretly preparing something big or we could say extra-ordinary to revolutionize the social networking world and well it has been proved right. How? Despite being in beta mode Google’s new social network that was launched on June 28, 2011 has outstandingly surpassed 25 million visitors in almost one month. Amazed aren’t you? Well, hold on! Save your astonishment for the climax. What? As you might have become bored of reading stories and discussions, watching videos and infographics and giving votes on polls for Google+, so by neglecting all the ‘already discussed’ stuff of the Google’s social network we thought to bring something unique and different for you today.
Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook’s director of Marketing, has resigned from Facebook after six years in order to start her own media company, AllthingsD reports. We have a detailed report after the break.
Once again we are back with a battle, and guess what? This time too, in the ‘battle ring of infographic’ we will be having the same old contestants who have faced each other in the previous match. Today once again you will be entertained by the fight of two top notch social networking sites Google+ and Facebook. Can’t wait? So watch your favorite Facebook vs. Google+ battle shown in an infographic posted right after the break.
It’s time to bid farewell to the Old Twitter, as the company has just announced that all the users who are still using older version of Twitter will automatically be shifted to the New Twitter this week.
Are you on Google+? Which Google+ feature do you like the most? If you are also in love with the Circles feature, then read the opinion of the 176 Google+ users who completed the Google+ Early Adopters Circles Survey - created by Davide Casali of ‘Intense Minimalism’.