The search engine giant is now requiring users to create Google+ profiles if they want access to the company's other products.
Google Fiber may have just been the beginning.
The search giant adds some YouTube features to its social network. How close is too close, though?
"Victoria Nigar" has become one of the most followed users on Google+ by falsely claiming to be a Google employee, despite the company's strong stance against pseudonyms on the social network.
A month after his departure, James Whittaker wrote, "Ideas that failed to put Google+ at the center of the universe were a distraction.”
A new commenting system is on the way, according to some reports.
If you're tired of Google pushing its own products in search results, this website is the answer.
The latest Google Doodles gives a modern upgrade to hand turkeys—and a boost to the search engine's social network.
Honestly, it’s a pretty lame birthday gift, but at least Google remembered.
Google's "Legalize Love" initiative is aimed at decriminalizing homosexuality and recognizing same-sex partnerships in every country where the company has an office.
While Google+ may have drawn the tech press, it's done little to attract celebrities.
The actor and director are promoting their upcoming film, Lincoln. Google is promoting its social network.
Google wants email to find you.
Google wants a unified network to not simply know what you’ve done but even what you might do.
The European Union thinks Google isn't doing enough to keep users' data private.
Google+ users have spoken: Larry Page is finally more popular than Mark Zuckerberg.
Google sucked up not just photographs of addresses, but also router information—not just where those routers were, but what was on them, including private email and personal passwords.
With the launch of business-specific pages, Google+ attempts to offer brands a significant counter to Facebook.
Creation of a Google+ profile will no longer be required to comment on YouTube videos.
Here today, gone tomorrow.