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Google+: 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99... 100.

Google‘s own Facebook rival, Google+, is now open for everyone.

The social website has been through a 90-day test period, where you could only join via invitation from those who were already members.

During these 90 days Google has made 91 different improvements, and 9 of these has now been rolled out in conjunction with the public launch of the site.

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Google+ communities will now sort posts algorithmically instead of chronologically

Social networks have started to embrace algorithmic timelines (that is, where posts are sorted based on how the service thinks you will like it), instead of showing each post in chronological order.

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Google+ profiles may not be needed to post Play Store reviews anymore

According to several tips from Android Police readers, the Google Play Store may not require you to have a Google+ account to write reviews anymore.

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Google launching in-house startup incubator called 'Area 120' | ZDNet

Google's new incubator could help it keep talent by providing new business plans with funding, but is it enough?