It sure seems easy to build a strong social network when you're a company like Google.
Google's popular social networking platform is now open to the masses - and does not require a specially sent invite to join.
Yes, there is Google+ and MySpace, but don't you ever get the feeling that Facebook is the only happening social networking site in town?
Google+ and Facebook are slugging it out like two bloodied prizefighters in a virtual social networking ring. The latest incident?
While there's been a lot of talk about the fate of Facebook now that Google+ is up and kicking, Facebook says it really doesn't care.
As expected, Google's added games to its Google+ social networking service - and Facebook has fired right back with new gaming features of its own.
Perhaps you need some convincing before you'll believe Google can somehow legitimately challenge Facebook.
Only a few weeks after Google+ boasted record numbers of activations and visits, reports indicate that the brand new social networking site may already be losing some thunder.
After Google locked businesses out of Google+ (for now), Facebook has strategically launched an online guide describing how corporations can benefit from using the social networking site. Excellent timing if you ask me.
If you signed up for Facebook using a fake name, don't think you'll get away with it on Google+ too.
Mountain View has frozen or purged a number of Google+ accounts and related services such as Gmail/Docs for allegedly violating the company’s Terms of Service (ToS).
Social games like Farmville and Mafia Wars may have been born into the Facebook revolution, but it seems as if similar titles will be a major part of Google+ as well.
Why is it that the most popular kids are always the least liked?!
Despite two of its original founders leaving, pressure from competing social sites Facebook and Google+, and a government antitrust inquiry, Twitter executive Dick Costolo says the company is doing better than ever.
Google has rolled out an iPhone app for its nascent Google+ social networking platform.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner sees no way Facebook and Google+ can both exist, and says it's likely Google+ will come out on the losing end of the battle.
The battle between Google+ and Facebook is heating up, with FB banning one app developer for promoting his Google+ account on the popular social networking site.
On the heels of the recent Google+ launch, Microsoft "accidentally" published a splash page for what looks like a social application called "Tulalip" on Socl.com, reports Fusible.
Yesterday, TG Daily covered a new tool that allows Google+ users to update Facebook from within the rival social network.
Scammers are already exploiting Google+, using a version of the old survey trick by claiming to offer downloadable invites to the service.