On Wednesday, Google co-founder Sergey Brin took a break from his work on the Internet search leader’s undisclosed projects so that he could make a surprise to make a surprise arrival at a technology conference.
Even if, he had shared few details about their secret project, Brin claims he is always busy since he started over a decade ago as the company’s president of technology. This year, his projects are stealth as part of a shake-up that led to his longtime partner, Larry Page, as Google’s CEO. Brin has kept a low profile ever since the changes.
According to the latest post on the Google official blog that Google is now planning to put a full stop to its online social networking service Buzz within the coming few weeks. Not that Buzz was very popular among users. Google launched it 20 months ago in attempt to give a tough competition to Facebook Read more
Google wants to close down Google Buzz. The latter is another online social networking service that turns out to be a massive failure.
Based on the blog post on Google’s blog, Buzz is going to be shut down over the next few weeks.
It looks as that Facebook is trying to evolve just being an an Internet hangout to where people hang by to share tidbits, links and photos to a homestead beautified with the memories, dreams and diversions of its 800 million users.
In what may be the most confident step yet in the company’s seven-year history, Facebook is revamping its users’ profile pages so that they could follow what CEO Mark Zuckerberg says is a “new way to express who you are.”