Rumors are going around that the new Facebook Messenger application is stealing your friends phone numbers off your phone. You’re still advised to remove your numbers since Facebook refuses to allow contact information export. Continue Reading…
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Google is a tech giant… here’s to all things relating to the big G.
WTF is Google Plus? It’s Google’s new social network that allows you to be a judgemental prick without anyone ever knowing. Sounds good on paper, great in song.
They’re also handing out invites on their site if you haven’t joined up yet. Definitely check the video for an afternoon giggle.
Originally posted for Plusheadlines.
Think you have a great idea that would enhance Google+? Itching to voice your suggestions? Google is willing to listen.
Google+ is just over a month old and already has more than 25 million visitors, according to Comscore. It came out of the gate with a healthy feature set including:
- Photos (and instant upload on mobile)
- Chat (and huddle’s on mobile)
- and mobile access
Perhaps you’ve thought of a better way for Circles to work or have a different expectation than the current behavior? There’s been a lot of discussion on the “right way” for your Stream to display incoming information; what if you have a preference? What if you could shape the new social network? Continue Reading…
You can easily export your Google+ data: profile data, stream data, photos from Picassa, Buzz data, Circles and Contacts via Google Takeout.
As Google+ continues to gain more users one of the topics that frequently comes up is privacy and the use of your data; usually in contrast to Facebook. Google Takeout was created by The Data Liberation Front (DLF), a set of Googlers dedicated to helping you extract your data from Google’s web services into open, easily-transferable file formats. Continue Reading…
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