Google is opening up its social networking site - Google+ - to everyone.
FOX News Radio's Lisa Lacerra reports in this "FOX on Tech":
After 12 weeks of testing with a limited audience, Google now opening up Google+ to anyone who wants it.
During the trial period, the site - designed to compete with Facebook - was only available by invitation. The company has added a search capability that will allow users to sift through posts, and has also made +'s "Hangouts" feature - which allows users to video chat with multiple people - available on smart phones. And a new service, called "Hangouts on Air," allows users to post videos online or view them as spectators.
Lisa Lacerra, FOX News Radio.