Google CEO Larry Page, in the company's earnings call today, spent several minutes talking about the company's social product, Google+. He called it the "social spine," reminding listeners that the service isn't just a destination, but a unifying social framework for all Google's products.
Page reiterated the talking point that "170 million users have upgraded to Google+," but did not divulge numbers on users of the social service as a standalone product. Rather, he said, "the social destination is growing as a new product with healthy growth." He said that … Read more