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Google Glass is going to make its official debut some time in 2014. But Google is improving the software all the time. The latest Google Glass update suggests that Hangouts chat is coming to Google Glass soon. As Android Police has reported, the XE8 update mentions GTalkService and other Hangouts related services. Not terribly surprising to see Google in this direction.

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Have you ever provided tech support to friends and family members over the Internet? Hangouts Remote Desktop is a cool application that lets you control other people’s computers and help them out:

For those of you who play tech support for friends and family, there’s now a Hangouts app to make things easier — powered by the same technology behind Chrome Remote Desktop. [click to continue…]

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It is no secret that Google+ Hangout is a game-changing product. Many folks are already taking advantage of it for their business. Thanks to Google+ Hangout API, developers can do a lot of fun things. This tutorial shows you how to attach your Arduino to a Google+ Hangout extension. [click to continue…]

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Google+ has a lot going for it. It is one of the most exciting social networks around. Many G+ers can’t get enough of the Hangout feature. It is a great tool to have fun with or even do some business through. Starting a Hangout event is not that hard. But you should also promote your event, especially if you are holding a serious session. Hype My Hangout is an exciting tool that lets you do just that.

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Google keeps adding new features to its social network all the time. Some of them require major announcements while others go unnoticed. It is hard to miss the latest features introduced on Google+ though. It is all about improving the quality of conversations in Hangouts. You will now be able to handle disruptive people in your Hangouts more easily. If most people block a person, he/she will be dropped and not allowed to rejoin. Google will be paying attention to disruptive people to block them from messing up public hangouts for others. Here is what chee chew‘s had to say about this:

jerks in the room – sometimes people do join the room who are disruptive.  it happens in real life.  i’m happy that in the vast majority of all hangouts don’t have this issue;  unfortunately it is sometimes a real problem.  we’ve rolled out a few improvements to help.
when someone gets blocked, everyone else will be asked if they want to also block this person.  what we have learned is that a lot of people are not aware that this is something they can do.  with this change, we will raise the visibility/awareness so that you have a way to protect yourself.  we will proactively ask people to make a decision.
if someone is blocked by most people in the room, the blocked person will be escorted to the door…  they’ll be dropped from the hangout, and not allowed back in that hangout.

we know that it’s not enough to just deal with jerks after they’ve come in and disrupted the hangout.  and simply dropping them from one room risks having them go through every public hangout one by one.  that only spreads the problem around.  we can do better.  so we’ve been working hard to block them from the system completely.   here’s how:

first, identify and block them!   with the data we get from your report signals, we can identify who’s misbehaving in public hangouts.  we see this from patterns of confirming reports.  we now identify these people, we block them from joining or creating any public hangouts.   please help by continuing to use “block” as appropriate.

second, don’t let them create new accounts!  blocking their account by itself doesn’t solve the problem if they can just create a new account and hop right in.  so we have a new system we are launching to identify accounts that seem relatively fresh.  we will ask these people to confirm their account with an sms message, making it harder and more costly to misbehave in hangouts.  this will roll out over the next several days starting today. [click to continue…]

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Those of you who have been doing Hangouts lately have probably seen people who have a banner with their name, logo, and tagline under their picture. That’s not magic. Hangout Lower Third is just the app you need to get that done. The good news is the app has now been featured in Hangouts.

I am proud to announce that Hangout Lower Third is now listed as a featured app in Hangouts. You can now easily switch to the “featured” tab and load the app. Thanks to +Amit Fulay +Richard Dunn +chee chew and the rest of the team for all your support and to +Robert Pitt for helping me building it. [click to continue…]

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Hangouts are quite fun and useful for businesses. You can do all kinds of neat things by using this cool Google+ service. Have you ever wanted to monetize your Hangouts? +Hang.com is an exciting new service that aims to fill that space. The service is designed to help you make money from Hangouts.

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Those of you who have done a few hangouts on Google+ already know how fun these can be. Attending Hangouts is a nice way to build more solid relationships with your Google+ contacts and meet new people. Finding new hangouts to participate in should not be that difficult. Thanks to Hangout Canopy for Chrome, you will always have a list of public hangouts available in your browser.

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Find New Hangouts with Gphangouts

by Panah on August 21

in G+ Tools

Google+ Hangouts is a powerful feature that G+ users can take advantage of to video chat with their friends and contacts. You can use this feature to connect with others when your bored or use it for more serious purposes. It is a great way to build more solid connections too. Thanks to gphangouts, you can find new public Hangouts to join every day.

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