Submitted by Mark484 1026d ago | opinion piece

How Facebook's search engine could rock Google's world

Clinton Herald-“Google it,” or “Facebook it“? Only time will tell if the new Graph Search unveiled by Facebook earlier this week will have the strength to dethrone the master of online search. (Facebook, Google, Web)

DarkFireHawk  +   1026d ago
I personally hate facebook and what it has become. Its user search is pretty weak, so I dont think that they can ever reach the goal they want to. I would imagine after they made what they plan, bing is gonna welcome him to the group of unused engines.
Grap  +   1026d ago
i use bing. anything i couldn't find on google(pretty much on page 5xxx) i find it in bing.

WT# are you talking about? yah like MS really care about whether you like bing or not
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DarkFireHawk  +   1026d ago
Nice try Bing! creating IDs and telling me this will not make me use Bing! But nice try!

Thats a lol btw.
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