September 20, 2011 - Google
Inc. has temporarily
shut down a search
engine element that permits end users to find actual-time updates from Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed
and other social networking websites.A message posted early Monday on Twitter
by the group behind Google Realtime
states the search
function has been briefly disabled whilst Google
explores how to incorporate its not too long ago released Google+ project into the feature. The tweet tells visitors to "continue to be tuned."The business envisions like Google+ information alongside with other Realtime information from a range of resources, said Gabriel Stricker, a Google
spokesman.Google+ is the search
giant's latest stab at moving into the social networking section of the Web. The project was unveiled last week and lets users share things with small teams of men and women.
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