Google+ has officially moved out of its infancy, the social project's product manager Bradley Horowitz said at the All Things Digital AsiaD conference today.
Speaking to All Things Digital's Peter Kafka, Horowitz said Google+ has "reached beyond the early adopters" and now has 40 million users. Even with that strong early growth, Google+ is actually still a "project" and not a product, Horowitz said. That means the company faces quite a bit of work to bring Google+ up to snuff.
A key component in that, Horowitz said, is bringing the "Google" by … Read more