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Google's Gmail Buzz new feature from Google
Google launched a new feature in Gmail, Google Buzz. This Google Buzz provides social networking facility whereby any Gmail user can share updates. Google launched Google Buzz service likely to compete with Twitter.
ON TUESDAY, Google launched a new feature in Gmail, its Google Buzz. This Google Buzz service added to provide social networking fecility in gmail, here any gmail user can share updates. Google launched this service to compete the microblogging site like Twitter and Facebook.

Google Buzz allows users to post updates, links and share photos from Google’s Picasa & Yahoo’s Flickr, post videos from Youtube, here user can also update via Twitter messages. Google Buzz provides plug-in fecility with Flickr, Picasa Web and Twitter.

Google Buzz is not a differently maintained platform, it is added in users gmail accounts. The top social media analyst Jeremiah Owyang says "It is a direct challenge to Facebook, in particular". Gmail have 400 million users, this huge amount of gmail users can make popular the Google buzz.

Google Buzz can create privacy woes for Gmail users, and for Twitter it is beneficail in short term because it amplify tweets amongs gmail users, but not in long term because Twitter user can quit from tweeting.

Google co-founder, Sergey Brin said "by offering this social communications tool, which have primarily been used for entertainment purposes. Google Buzz would bridge between work and leisure."

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