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Mikey Lintz
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Product manager, G+ Hangouts
Product manager, G+ Hangouts

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Me and +Rachel Bobbins found an awesome painting but only had our bikes with us =)
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I swear I'm gonna take burst selfies wherever I go just to see what auto awesome does with them 

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+Rachel Bobbins having fun at the g+ holiday party
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White water rafting with the family
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Google+ Hangouts for iOS: phone calls, animated GIFs, and more

Today we're updating Google+ Hangouts for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The new app includes the recent Android improvements (http://goo.gl/gd3By1), as well as some new goodies for iOS:

- You can now make calls to phones from the iOS app, and calls to the US and Canada are free! You can dial internationally too (with super low rates), but you'll first need some calling credit: google.com/voice/m/credit.

- If you're a Google Voice user, you can make and receive calls from any of your iOS devices with today's update. Outgoing calls will come from your Google Voice number, and incoming Voice calls can be answered from Google+ Hangouts.

- Incoming messages will no longer stop your music. Instead of interrupting your groove, Google+ Hangouts will now temporarily duck your music, then crank the volume back up.

- Aaand… animated GIFs will now play in-line.

Today's release contains lots of features based on your feedback (seeing who's reachable right now, early integrations with Google Voice), but we're always working to make the app better. So give the new version a go (http://goo.gl/FDOfq), and let us know your thoughts!

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Cool!
Photographer Maximilian Teodorescu from Romania captured the International Space Station silhouetted against the Moon in broad daylight.
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An open letter from +David Drummond to the US Department of Justice and the FBI:

Assertions in the press that our compliance with these requests gives the U.S. government unfettered access to our users’ data are simply untrue. However, government nondisclosure obligations regarding the number of FISA national security requests that Google receives, as well as the number of accounts covered by those requests, fuel that speculation.

We therefore ask you to help make it possible for Google to publish in our Transparency Report aggregate numbers of national security requests, including FISA disclosures—in terms of both the number we receive and their scope. Google’s numbers would clearly show that our compliance with these requests falls far short of the claims being made. Google has nothing to hide.

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Sounds like it'll be unbelievably dope

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Brandon Miniman is hanging out with 4 people right now in a live Hangout On Air! #hangoutsonairTaylor Martin, Michael Fisher, Jaime Rivera, and Anton D. Nagy
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