Google Plus News
Google to finally shut down Inbox by Gmail on 2 April, same day as Google Plus
Inbox by Gmail users have two more weeks to switch over to the normal Gmail app.
Google Plus officially discontinues on 1 April: Here's how to download your data
Here is how you can download your data and delete your Google+ account.
Sundar Pichai's Congress hearing: Five dumb questions that the Google CEO had to answer
Several members of Congress have no idea what they are talking about when it comes to technology.
Google+ shut down speeds up, a second privacy bug affected 52.5 million users
Google+ software flaw for the second time this year allowed partner apps to access its users’ data.
Sundar Pichai defends Google's 'integrity' of products ahead of 11 Dec testimony
In written testimony, Sundar Pichai said he has led the company “without political bias.”
Google asked to explain the reason for delay in disclosing issues with its Google+
Google claims to shut down the consumer version of Google+ and tighten its data sharing policies.
Google+ leaked data of 5,00,000 users: Here's how you can delete your account
It will take Google roughly 10 months to remove Google+ completely.
Daily Bulletin: #MeToo throws up more names, Narendra Modi to address farmer rally in Rohtak; top stories for today
Following the escalating voices against sexual harassment across the world as part of the #MeToo wave, more and more Indian women have come out and named prominent journalists and Bollywood personalities as sexual predators.
Google to shut down Google+ after exposing user data of up to 5,00,000 accounts
A bug outside developers access to private Google+ profile data between 2015 and March 2018.
Google might be testing edits like manual bokeh effect, colour pop in Google photos
These features might still have to undergo a lot of testing before they are rolled out.
Google faces criticism again as former reporter claims tech giant forced her to 'unpublish' a story
A former Forbes reporter has claimed that she was also put under pressure by the tech giant to ‘unpublish’ a story regarding its platform Google Plus.
Google pressurises publications to drop stories speaking negatively of it, claims a reporter
Google also pressurised the higher-ups at Forbes by saying the article was problematic and had to come down.
Facebook Messenger now has more than a billion active users
Facebook Messenger has just crossed the one-billion-active-user mark. The app now joins the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook, both owned by Facebook Inc. by the way, in an elite club.
Facebook vs Google+: Mark Zuckerberg on a mission to destroy Google's social network
Zuckerberg made it a mission to destroy the Google's social network no matter what the cost, reveals an ex-Facebook employee.
Zuckerberg's stare borders from psychopathic to sexist; Facebook ex-employee
But this isn't the first time, and in the past, we've heard how the glam and glittery Facebook just fades off from within.
Frequent social media use may lead to eating disorder
Excess use of social media such as Facebook, Instagram or YouTube may lead to disordered eating and body image concerns among young adults, suggests new research.
Google received 'right to be forgotten' URL removal requests for 1.2 million sites
Google has released some numbers related to the 'right to be forgotten' ruling. It means individuals who've requested removing of certain URLs from search results.
Google Hangouts gets a dedicated website
Google Hangouts finally gets an all-new dedicated website.
Facebook is teenagers' favourite, Google Plus and Twitter follow, claims study
Facebook is the most preferred social networking site of teenagers, while Twitter comes a surprising third, after Google Plus, a 14-city survey has said
Google+ launches Pinterest-type Collections; now available for Android and Web
Google+ has ventured into something different with the introduction of a new feature called Collections, which allows users to create boards of images videos, and other content which is categorised according to specific topics.