The Google I/O Agenda Shows No Love for Google+
Google’s annual invite-only developer conference, Google I/O, kicks off on Wednesday with a total of 80 sessions on the agenda
None of those sessions, however, focus on a service that hundreds of millions of people use: Google+.
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Google’s social network, which it often pushes aggressively upon its users, is mysteriously absent from this year’s I/O agenda. Last year, there was an entire two-day track at the conference dedicated to Google+, including 15 sessions related to Google+.
When asked about the omission, a Google spokesperson said there are fewer sessions this year, and that Google+ didn’t fit as well into I/O’s three main themes: design, develop and distribute Read more…
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