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Google: Google+ Will Never Have Ads [Update: Actually, Google+ May One Day Have Ads] Google: Google+ Will Never Have Ads [Update: Actually, Google+ May One Day Have Ads]
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Update: Apparently Scoble got it wrong when quoting Horowitz, and he did not actually say that Google+ will never have ads. Scoble said later in a comment on Google+: Also, sorry to +Bradley Horowitz for getting his quote wrong (apparently …

Google+ For The Enterprise Coming Soon? Google+ For The Enterprise Coming Soon?

Google+ Vice President of Product Management, Bradley Horowitz, made several interesting announcements related to Google’s social network at the LeWeb London conference. For one, Google+ is coming to Flipboard. Perhaps even more interesting, he said that Google+ will never have …

Google Finds More Exposure For Google+ With Flipboard Partnership Google Finds More Exposure For Google+ With Flipboard Partnership

Google has partnered with popular iOS news reader Flipboard to integrate Google+ into the product. Google+ Vice President of Product Management, Bradley Horowitz, announced as much at LeWeb London. The discussion with Horowitz from the conference will be available here, …

Google+ Now Accepting Pseudonyms, Nicknames Google+ Now Accepting Pseudonyms, Nicknames

Three months after making a promise to their users, Google has remained true to their word: Google+ will now allow psuedonyms. Earlier today, Bradley Horowitz, Google+ Vice President of Product Management, posted the announcement to his account, which said they’re …

Google Talks Upcoming Improvements to Name Handling for Google+ Profiles Google Talks Upcoming Improvements to Name Handling for Google+ Profiles
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Google’s Bradley Horowitz wrote a post on Google+ about how the company is handling its process for informing users when they are violating its policy on user names. Google is working on changes to the process, though they may not …

Google Distances Buzz From Facebook, Twitter
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The idea that Google Buzz poses no threat to Facebook and Twitter is perhaps a popular one; Buzz, of course, got off to a very shaky start due to some privacy missteps.  Interestingly, though, a Google exec claims to agree with the idea, stating that Buzz is supposed to serve a different purpose.