Bradley Horowitz, the lead on Google’s social network, Google+, made an appearance at the company’s developer conference to tell the world that Google+ isn’t going anywhere, but it’s going through big changes.
Horowitz explained he’s currently in charge of Streams, Photos and Sharing at Google, and that Google+, as a service is being completely rethought. He also said there has been a “renaissance” of thinking behind the product and that it would be changing considerably in the coming months.
“Google+ is where people want to connect around their interests and passions,” Horowitz said. Read more…
Source: Mashable Social Media