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Google+ isn’t dead, but blood has been shed

Google+ isn’t dead, but blood has been shed

Remember Google+? Google’s social network has long been the butt of jokes, positioned first as the Facebook killer for the whole family but failing to hammer the killer nail into Zuckerberg’s empire. Turns out, though, that Google+ isn’t going away, though the broadly-misunderstood network is certainly going to change according to VP of Product Bradley Horowitz speaking at Google I/O today.

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Google Photos includes free unlimited storage

Google Photos includes free unlimited storage

With the introduction of Google's newest iteration of their app "Photos" comes the promise of Unlimited Photo and Video storage. This system is what Google calls "a home for all your photos and video, [helping] you organize and bring moments to life [and making] it easy to share and save what matters." This simple system will build on Google's already in-place Photos app on Android devices across the board. Storage will be incorporated with Google+, but will not require it.

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Google Photos takes on photo & video overload

Google Photos takes on photo & video overload

Google is tackling photo and video overload, now that smartphones are so common and people are capturing huge quantities of media, with Google Photos. Intended as "a private and safe place" to keep photos and videos that's available from any device, Google Photos also takes on the tricky challenge of organizing the content without spending hours (or longer) shuffling between folders manually.

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