A FEW months ago, when Google launched its competitor to Facebook in Google+, one feature stuck out as particularly cool. It's called Hangout, and it lets anyone join a nine-person live video chat right there in Google+'s newsfeed. It's been used by politicians like Mitt and Newt.
Today, starting at 4:30 PM ET, The Daily Beast will host a live interview with renowned computer-interface designer and user-experience lead for Android, Matias Duarte. The chat will cover mobile technology and Ice Cream Sandwich - Google's latest mobile operating system.
Join the conversation. Keep an eye on The Daily Beast's Google+ page around 4:30 PM ET for notification that their Hangout has started. Then click "join" and bring your geeky questions.
The 30-minute interview will be recorded and shared on the Daily Beast's Beast TV later this week.