Google is 'replacing' Google Talk — here's what that means for you
Hangouts is a pretty solid replacement for Google Talk. Your chat contacts will transfer over, and you'll still be able to chat in Gmail — it'll just look a little different.Here's a Google Talk chat window: © Provided by Business Insider Inc Google Talk And here's what Hangouts in Gmail looks like: © Provided by Business Insider Inc Hangouts Heavy users might notice that the chat sidebar built into Gmail looks different. The Google Talk Android app will also be phased out, and Android users should download Hangouts instead.
Google ’s latest feature for its social network can make your home stream look a little bit less lonely. Next time you check Google+ , you’ll see a new block in your stream listing topics you can explore. The social network already has hundreds of topi… Google+ ‘ Topics ’ highlight active users and
Google+ is only available for G Suite accounts through work or school. Find and join Communities . You can connect with people who share your interests by joining a public or If a private community outside of your organization is deleted, those posts are available to the user in their activity log.
Google's for its social network can make your home stream look a little bit less lonely. Next time you check , you'll see a new block in your stream listing topics you can explore. The social network already has hundreds of topics on rotation that you can click through, including Black & White Photography, Art, Science, Toy Models & Crafts. They're all in English, Spanish and Portuguese, though, and it's unclear if they'll ever be available in other languages.
By exploring the topics listed, you could find new or hidden communities and individuals who share your interest. It could also show you relevant collections you might not see otherwise. Google is rolling out the feature within the next day or so -- keep an eye out for it if you're looking for contacts to add, because everyone else you know is on Facebook.
Google to stop scanning Gmail for creating targeted ads .
Alphabet Inc's Google said on Friday it would stop scanning Gmail content for creating personalized ads from later this year, bringing the widely-used email service in line with its enterprise offering, G Suite. The decision was outlined in a blog post by Google cloud computing chief Diane Greene, who joined the company in 2015 and has been responsible for the rapid growth of Google's cloud business.Google's practice of analyzing incoming and outgoing emails of its free consumer Gmail users has been criticized on privacy concerns.