Ever since Google+ launched, one of the most intriguing projects to come out of the company’s social strategy is Google+ Hangouts. Basically, it’s a tool to broadcast live video and interact with multiple people at once. It’s a gorgeous product, and works extremely well on both mobile and desktop environments. Having said that, the folks who are still calling Google+ a “social network” seem to have started to cast a shadow on Google+ Hangouts, specifically Mike Isaac of AllThingsD. Read the full story at The Next Web.