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Like Twitter, the social network wants to link members to buzz-worthy memes and real-time news.
The social network is testing a new feature that shows members what others are buzzing about. Sound familiar?
Called "Trending 10," the program will be on the music-oriented cable TV network Fuse and is being produced in partnership with Twitter and Trident gum.
You may soon be able to check-in to Google+, Android Market celebrates its 10 billionth app with a sale, and Facebook and Twitter share the most popular topics of the year.
The company is continuing its year in review with a look at some of the events and hashtags that shaped discussions on the service this year. Egypt and Apple's Mac App Store were just two of the popular topics.
The social network releases new stats and data visualizations on what time of day users tweet and how quickly the phrases they tweet on a given subject turnover.
A list of three noteworthy trends we've got our eye on in today's digital home.
Searching for videos and finding related concepts on YouTube isn't as easy as it should be, according to the company. Enter "topics."
At the Google/FoxNews debate being held this week with Republican presidential candidates, YouTube users also most want to hear from Texas Gov. Rick Perry.