Hurray! Google+ To Unbundle Itself From Other Google Products, Including Youtube

July 2015
Trak.in;7/29/2015, p1
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The article discusses the decision of interest-based social network Google+ to unbundle itself from other products of technology firm Google in July 2015. Topics covered include how the Google+ vision of being a platform that unified Google's sharing models seems to have backfired, and the changes in video-sharing website YouTube.


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