If you’re on Google+ you may have noticed a little box at the lower left of your screen which offered you to connect your G+ circles with your list of chat contacts. The idea behind this is that people who are mutually connected (circled one another) can now see the other ones online status and … More Google+ adds innovative feature by allowing circles for GTalk chats
As Google announced earlier this month they were (of course) planning on integrating games on Google+. Now obviously there is no chance for a social networking site if people can’t do some farming during office hours so games had to appear inevitably. If you happen to recognize the new button on top of your streams, … More Play Games on Google+ or get rid of them or don’t notice them at all
Maybe I am the last to discover but as I just skipped through some pictures on G+ I recognized some existing boxes that would appear on a photo when you hover your mouse cursor over someones face. Now tagging photos isn’t new and we all know that you are able to do so on almost … More Looks like Google+ won’t give up on face recognition either
Well, apparently the Internet as being a network of distributed military devices connected via packet-based communication is a bit older, but the Internet as we know it (thus being text and pictures and the lot in a browser-window) was born 20 years ago, when no lesser than Tim Berners-Lee himself wrote the first placeholder page … More Happy Birthday, Internet
This one is quite cool and although the headline says HTML5 it doesn’t mean any of that fancy moving coloured canvas around the screen thing. OK Go are already known for making ridiculously cool music videos like their treadmill routine (“Here it goes again”, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTAAsCNK7RA) or a brilliant Rube Goldberg machine (“This too shall pass”, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qybUFnY7Y8w). Now … More OK Go showing off how cool HTML5 can be
In case you haven’t heard of it yet, like I did until a few moments, you can actually create and evaluate simple surveys with your Google Docs account and it is the most easiest thing to do compared to other survey services.
While the guys at Google+ still working on all the feedback they (most probably) get from those 10 million G+ users, you can already share your posts in Google+ within your Facebook and Twitter profiles. Although the function doesn’t come as a native implementation in G+ yet, Chrome users can find a pretty handy extension … More Share your Google+ posts on Facebook and Twitter