Twitter prepares to unveil quarterly earnings today. Facebook rolling out Business Manager. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Despite the rumors and internal shuffling, Google+ is likely to remain core to the future of Google.
Pinterest unveils new search feature for mobile. Facebook announces newswire. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Google has begun rolling out a preview of a Google+ groups feature, allowing users to form public and private groups centered around a topic or brand, according to a blog post written by Google VP Vic Gundotra.
Google added two new features to its +1 button, further integrating it with its Google+ social network and turning it into a counterpart to Facebook’s Like and Send buttons.
Remember all the hoopla about privacy invasion and Google playing Big Brother when it launched its Latitude mobile friend-finder application a couple weeks back? Despite all the negative press, more than a million consumers signed up during the first week it was available, Google VP of engineering Vic Gundotra told a crowd at Mobile World Congress.
Gundotra reportedly used the location-based app as an example of a new breed made possible by browsers and software designed to take advantage of the powerful technology in all those advanced handsets coming to market, FierceMobileContent reports.