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techcrunch.com - 70 readers, 1299 Tweets - Today, Google’s Vic Gundotra announced that he would be leaving the company after eight years. The first obvious question is where this leaves Google+,..
wsj.com - 14 readers - Google has registered 90 million users for its new social network, but it is a virtual ghost town compared with rival Facebook. Users are spending on average just minutes at Google+ each month even as they log hours on Facebook.
arstechnica.com - 5 readers, 2 Tweets - Google's redesigned system for creating accounts makes it difficult to avoid …
huffingtonpost.com - 21 readers, 84 Tweets - AUSTIN, Texas -- Google+ has been called a "ghost town," a "little version of Facebook" and "dead" since its launch last year. Users have continually questioned what it
gizmodo.com - 6 readers, 457 Tweets - Google is splitting Google+ up. In a post on Google+ today, Bradley Horowitz, an existing Google VP of product, announced that he'd taken over responsibilities for the service, which will now be split into new services called Photos and Streams.