Pocket-Lint: Google has announced a slew of updates for their social network, Google+, claiming to have addressed some of the most frequently asked for solutions.
One of the major changes, announced via the Google Blog, is the ability to change the "volume" of those in your circles. The idea is to let you cut down on the background noise so you're only seeing the updates you really want. This will let you, for example, cut down on the trash talk from your work colleagues, and give your friends room to be heard.
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.
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.
Google's new incubator could help it keep talent by providing new business plans with funding, but is it enough?