How to turn off that thing you heard Google+ is doing without getting mad.
The hardest part is getting them to sit still.
A little persuasion and blackmail can go a long way.
Google wants a unified network to not simply know what you’ve done but even what you might do.
YouTube says it will fix it's broken commenting system. But it won't budge on Google+ integration.
It's yet to admit any wrongdoing, but this makes $39.5 million Google has paid to avoid going to court over the issue.