Google+ will soon challenge Facebook further with a new Games section, evidence of which has appeared on a Google help page.
Facebook commenting just got more exciting for Web users. Facebook rolled out updates to the commenting system that include video and photo previews within comments.
Google+ continues to go from strength to strength, with 20 million people visiting the site in less than a month - and all this despite it currently being an invite-only service.
Google looks to refine the Circles feature in Google+ with its acquisition of Fridge.
A new Rhode Island law has made it illegal for anyone to sext with a minor, yet a new study shows that a majority of college students have sexted and probably will continue to do so.
Names like Yahoo, Microsoft, and Amazon are pondering bids on Hulu...but it all seems to come down to how long they can get a lock on Hulu's content.
Forget Google+ – the future of social networking shuns identities altogether. We got an exclusive look inside Anon+, the first-ever anonymous social network.
It was a quick rise to the top of the iTunes charts for the Google+ iPhone app.
With a bit more than three quarters of a million people signing up on Monday, the Google+ social network is still seeing major interest from the public, be it at a slower pace.
With many athletes and sportcasters latching onto Twitter over the last few years, real-time sports news is broken faster on the social network than on ESPN Sportscenter.
Proust prompts you to dig deeper and bare your soul, in turn learning more about your closest family and friends. A refreshing take on social networking, or too pretentious for the Facebook generation?
Rejoice, iPhone users: The Google+ app you've all been waiting for is now available from the iTunes App Store.
Like Twitter, Google+ will soon offer verified accounts for celebrities, according to a report from CNN.
A new SEC filing by Facebook's most prominent game-maker, Zynga, shows that Google has also invested in the company.
Jeff Weiner argues that, in an already saturated social media market, users don't have the time for Google+.