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With more than 250 million users, Google Plus is steadily gaining acceptance in all walks of life. We’re not the only one on the block that love to Hangout, one of the social network’s main attractions, but the likes of Huffington Post have also integrated the live video streaming feature in their new Live service. Furthermore, to keep things fresh, Google has recently updated Google Plus.
The new version of Google Plus now opens the door for tweeners to join Hangout sessions. While teenagers have been allowed to create Google+ accounts for a few months now, it’s only now that the age restriction for Hangouts is reduced to 13 years and over. [...]
It’s been a rough day today for anxious Nexus 7 buyers that have been counting the days and hours until their precious Jelly Bean tablet reached their doors.
In early morning we picked up a rumor that Google may be shipping the Nexus 7 tablet today, at least according to one reddit user that received shipment confirmation via email – we even checked that tracking number ourselves, although until writing these lines, his package had not been delivered.
We then found out that not only is Ebuyer shipping (free of charge) Google Nexus 7 pre-orders in the UK today, but that GameStop has been cleared by Google to start selling the tablet in [...]
Google I/O was a huge success for Google, with the showcase of the Nexus 7 tablet, the Nexus Q, and the next iteration of Android OS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Even though most of us are still waiting for an official update to Android 4.0, there is obviously an eager anticipation for Android 4.1 now.
While unauthorized ports of Jellybean are already available for the Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One X, and Acer Iconia A500, the only way to get Android 4.1 officially is when you buy a Nexus 7 tablet, a new Samsung Galaxy Nexus, or if you own a Galaxy Nexus, which will be the first device to receive the update. You’re fine if you already own the [...]