Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Google+ Account Must use Original Name Profile

Following complaints from Google+ users who objected to the policy of the original name for the profile, California internet giant revealed an explanation soon.
A blogger Robert Scoble United States claimed to have been asked directly the issue to Google's Vice President of Engineering Vic Gundotra who hopes the policy could be taken more positively.
Gundotra insisted on this policy are like restaurant regulations that do not allow guests who wore a T-shirt to enter the restaurant.
"According to this Gundotra is not a problem using the original name. He (Gundotra) policy is expected to invite the user to use the identity that they use as well as' get rid 'profile with strange writings such as using small and large characters, or someone who is clearly using fake names like' god 'or worse, "Scoble said in a statement via his Google+ account Pocket-Lint was quoted as saying on Wednesday (27/07/2011). 

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Google : 99 Million gadget Already Using Android

Android has been transformed as the power of the operatingsystem the most feared. Google said that some improvement occurred in the mobile software version.

In the second quarter report Google CEO Larry Page saidGoogle's Android is a successful product at this time. Page said the 550 thousand Android device has been switched on every day.This means that Google already has 99 million users of Android-based phone.

This increase is significant enough, the article on the conference Google I/ O in May, Google has announced a 400 thousand Androidenabled every day. Massive increase in just the past two months alone. So that was launched by The Next Web, on Friday(15/07/2011).

Facebook began to lose prominence?

Facebook's glory will soon be over? Could be, let alone see thegrowth of Facebook members are stagnating and even declining.Similarly, a recent survey released by the Inside Facebook.

A few months ago was a success drew up a total of 700 millionmembers, but the growth of social networking giant began to slow down and even lost users in the United States and Canada in thelast month. In fact, surprisingly enough, the number of Facebook members has decreased or begin to lose this means Facebookusers.

According to Inside Facebook, as reported by AFP on Monday (7/25/2011), a company based in Palo Alto, Calif., was started in June with a number of members of the 687 million users.

Facebook itself does not regularly release membership figuresexcept to announce certain moments such as when it crossed the500 million users in July last year.

The survey also said that overall growth has decreased to a veryslow growth rate in recent months.

Facebook obtain 11.8 million members in May and 13.9 million in April, despite the visible increase, but basically decreased from an average of 20 million new regular users during a month that occurred in previous months.

United States lost nearly six million users in May, Inside Facebooksays, down from 155.2 million in early May to 149.4 million by the end of the month. (

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Game On Google+, Still Rumors

Social games such as Farmville and Mafia Wars may have been agame on Facebook, it seems the same title will be a major part of the Google + as well.

Based on reports and screenshots, it appears that Google's helppage Google+ already makes a line of code to Stream Games aredesigned to be part of the updates together to bring the game.

As quoted by TG Daily, Saturday (07/22/2011), Engadget found acode that refers to the new social network launched earlier thismonth. This code refers to the game known as Google+ Game.

TechCrunch Games then find the Google logo and the code for the link features Application programming interfaces (APIs).

Google's Vic Gundotra then asserted that, "The company iscurrently working with a developer API for Google + make the gameon."

Something quite interesting is to see that Google plans to take a 30percent stake in Facebook game developer, to go home togoogle's servers.

This can give game developers more profit. This could mean a big boost for social networking beta by attracting the attention ofdevelopers and their loyalty.

In any case, all the above is a guide, plus a list of product managers work on "new business" so-called 'Games on Google,' pretty muchconfirms the presence of games in the future of social platforms arecurrently being developed rapidly. (