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Google buys Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion

With the idea of promote ​​Android as an open platform and ensure competition against companies like Apple and Microsoft, Google has acquired Motorola Mobility for the amount of $12.5 Billion.


Games in Google+ are rolling out

Google has started to roll out games in their social network project Google+. This was probably the missing touch to give a mortal blow to Facebook, with Google+ Games now available more people will join this network.


How to see YouTube Live on Google+ Hangouts?

YouTube gradually integrates more tightly to the platform of Video Chat Group offered by Google+, including ways to integrate with the hangouts. Seeing the demand to have some hangouts to be “televised” live, Google has begun to integrate their capabilities with live streaming.


Facebook now with Social Hangouts

There is an url that seems to be a ‘hangouts’ experiment for Facebook. The first to introduce this kind of service was Google+ and the response from Facebook then was to show its video call service in partnership with Skype, but there was no comparison, because you could only hold a video chat with one person at a time unlike with Google+ where you can have a conversation with up to 10 people simultaneously.