A brief timeline of Google+’s slow demise

The end could very well be neigh for Google’s “Facebook killer.” Google+ is once again shuttering a major part of itself. Google announced Monday that people will no longer need a Google+ account to use its services, like signing into YouTube. Moving forward, people can use their Gmail address to use Google services like Photos and log-in to YouTube to create channels and writ ...Read the full article

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