Google Co-Founder and CEO Larry Page made clear on Thursday the lofty expectations the company has for its new social networking site Google+.
Google+ traffic has deflated after a temporary spike following Google's decision to open up the social networking site to everyone, according to data analytics company Chitika.
After releasing an initial set of basic APIs for Google+, the company is exposing more functions that external developers can access for the tools and applications they build for the social networking site.
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Facebook has developed new features designed to make it easier for its members to segment their list of friends into smaller groups for more granular sharing of content.
Twitter has 100 million active users, half of which log on to the microblogging site every day, the company said on Thursday.
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Chrome browser users will be able to access Gmail when they're not connected to the Internet starting Wednesday and will gain similar offline capabilities for Docs and Calendar in the coming week.
Facebook has decided to shut down its Deals feature after testing it for several months, but the social networking service is also upgrading its Photos feature.
Google plans to shut down the social applications developed by Slide, a company it acquired a year ago for $182 million.
Google has strengthened the IT administration capabilities of the free, standard version of its Apps hosted communication and collaboration suite, the company said Friday.
Twitter has added a native function to its API for attaching images to posts, designed to make it easier for third-party developers to include photos with their applications' messages.
An issue that had simmered for several weeks boiled over this weekend, as Google apparently accelerated deletions of Google+ accounts over the site's requirement that members use their real names.
Industry analysts think that Google Apps will become a more secure and easier-to-manage collaboration and communication suite now that Google is integrating e-mail security features from its Postini suite
The new Google+ social networking site, out in limited beta release since late June, is growing its usage very quickly, but online tracking service Hitwise says it has yet to make a splash in terms of website visits.