Titular: Google Partners With Social Janrain And Gigya To Bring Google+ Sign-Ins To More Sites
Síntesis: Google+ users can now upload and share full-size photos from their desktop, courtesy an update. This nifty, new update will come in handy for users creating a new album to share, or when taking a back-up of some recent pictures, or while updating their profile picture. Google’s Joe Emerson writes that to enable this new feature, users will have to go to their settings page (www.google.com/settings/plus), and check the option “Upload my photos at full size”.
Once you do this, any files that are larger than 2048 pixels will count towards your Google storage (up to 5GB free). Emerson adds that storing images at 2048 pixels or smaller continues to be free and unlimited.