Want proof that Google+ is no ghost town? Look at how it’s being used Google+ has been Larry Page’s main project since he took the CEO reins of Google and has pushed strongly for it to be the social spine that knits Google’s products together. The evolution of the social media platform over the past few months, from YouTube comments to Authorship show that the so-called Ghost Town is finally becoming what Larry Page envisioned it to be.
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Mandela mourned, NSA knows where you are and Amazon’s drones: #StuffToKnow this week Madiba passes and leaves behind a better world than he came in to, but the NSA is tracking your every move, and I do mean you. Amazon meanwhile wants to deliver your books via drones and Yahoo! is climbing back up. The most important investor in America wants Apple to buy its own stock. Oh and by the way, in case you were wondering, you can track Santa to his village in the North pole.
A certain internet birdie is now worth US$31-billion, but you probably already knew that right? If we are not careful meanwhile, some sites could soon be slower than others because they upset the wrong people. That’s crazy, almost as crazy as the fact that Bieber is now investing his millions in tech and not on prostitutes. In other news, Google’s going to teach you stuff live, a new hand costs 10 bucks and a nine-year-old girl can knock your socks off.
The once ubiquitous smartphone BlackBerry has fallen into the abyss and sold out. Google is celebrating its 15th birthday in hobbit style by giving us a ton of presents in the way of updates. A fish is making some scientist as giddy as school girls and in weird news Batman’s sidekick gets his own show, and no it’s not Robin or even Alfred.