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Google and Apple are the most valuable brands in the world, says survey

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Google, Apple and Microsoft are the world’s most valuable brands, according to a study by consultancy Brand Finance. “Apple has increased its value by 33%, making it more valuable than Microsoft for the first time,” says a company statement.

The data, released in early September, show what was the value of companies by the end of August. The ranking of most valuable brands is often disseminated throughout the month of January, but says the brand has launched an update in September 2011 due to economic conditions.

Google, which was the most valuable brand in January, following the first ranking position in September. Apple rose from 8th to 2nd place between January and September and took second on the Microsoft.

Among the ten most valuable brands are also IBM, Vodafone and AT & T.

They also showed growth between January and September marks Samsung and Intel, which rose by 24% and 23% in their values, respectively.

Google + Social Network attracts 25 million visitors, survey says

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Facebook took about three years to attract 25 million users. 
According to research by comScore, 780 000 Internet users are from Brazil.

Google+ attracted 25 million visitors since  launch in late June

Google+ attracted 25 million visitors since launch in late June

Google’s social network has attracted 25 million users, becoming the fastest site to get such a hearing, according to data released Tuesday (2) by the company comScore.

Google +, released in late June , had 25 million unique visitors until July 24 and was growing at a rate of about one million visitors a day, comScore said. In contrast, Facebook took about three years to attract 25 million visitors, while Twitter took just over 30 months.

Although the data show that the latest attempt by Google to join the social network has begun strongly, that does not mean the project is a long-term success. MySpace hit 25 million users in less than two years – faster than Facebook or Twitter. However, many Internet users lost last year, comScore noted.

According to the data, 6 million visitors from Google + living in the United States and more than 3.6 million in India. Canada and Britain come up with 1 million each, while Germany and Brazil has 920 thousand, just over 780 000. France and Taiwan have around 500 000 visitors each.

Use Of Google+ 3% fall in the U.S. in one week

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Number of hits fell from 1,860,000 to 1,790,000, says study. 
During the week of July 16, research has shown growth of 283% on the site.

Google Plus

Google Plus

The number of visits to Google +, Google’s social network in the United States fell by about 3% in a week, according to a study by Experian Hitwise. The social network announced in late June fell to 1.86 million to 1.79 million visits in the week ended on July 23.

The time of using Google +, the second study, also fell from nearly six minutes to 5 minutes and 15 seconds. Although he fell, Experian Hitwise says the number is not “alarming.”

Recently, a survey by comScore said Google + grown since its launch on June 28, reaching 20 million unique visitors. In the week ended July 16, Hitwise reported that had the social network had grown 283%, with 1.8 million unique visitors.

Hacker group ‘Anonymous’ announces the launch of its social network

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Initiative was motivated by the fact that the group had been banned from Google +. 
Group, responsible for attacks on businesses, the site named “Anon + ‘.

Anonymous social network created in response  to Google +, which has barred entry of  the network group

Anonymous social network created in response to Google +, which has barred entry of the network group

The Anonymous, hacker group that gained notoriety in recent months with a series of attacks against companies , announced the creation of your own social network, dubbed Anon+ .

In a message posted on Sunday (17) blog Your News Anon , Anonymous left the impression that the initiative was motivated by the fact that the group had been banned from Google +, Google’s new social network. “This is a sad example of what happens on the Internet when you walk into a different beat of the drum,” it said.

In the same address, Anonymous posted a message that was sent by Google, claiming that after reviewing the profile of the group, the company had understood that the content of some posts on Google + violated standards of conduct for this community.

In the message that refers to the creation of the Anon +, pointed out that hackers are common cases of activists being banned from sites like Facebook and Twitter YouTube, and the prohibition of access to these social networks by governments around the world.

“Those days are coming to an end. We are building our own social network.’ve Had enough of governments and corporations telling you what is best for us and what is safe for our minds. The time of sheep over,” concludes the post, which also contains a link to access the Anon +.

Study reveals that more than 73% of Google+ users are male

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Google+ social network was launched on June 28

Google+ social network was launched on June 28

 

Statistics on the social networking + Google revealed that 73.70% of site users are male.According to a study the company’s “Find People on Plus” , 94.09% of men registered on the network are in search of love, against 4.96% of women. The study collected data on 947,996 + Google users. Launched on June 28 , the new Google social network is still limited to Internet guests. Among the professionals most commonly found on Google +, 24.56% are engineers, followed by developers (13.57%), designers (10.77%) and software engineers (10.05%).

And among the countries in the network society, the United States was isolated in the first place with 49.12% of internet users are American. India (5.88%) and Sri Lanka (4.89%) were in second and third positions respectively.

An interesting study shows that of those surveyed 947.996, 842.830 say they are not on Facebook, the largest social network currently has nearly 700 million users worldwide.

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