Facebook Was First On Google's Hit List -- Here's Who's Next

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After releasing Google+ and taking a major swipe at Facebook, hints in the source code indicate that Google will be gunning for social gaming giants like Zynga next.This isn’t a total surprise — previous job listings on Google’s website have been in the social gaming space. Something like Google Games is sure to help hedge bets against Facebook.

The code also points to a product called “Questions,” which would presumably let Google+ members interact with each other in basic Q&A format. We suspect it would be most comparable to Tumblr’s “Ask Me Anything” button.

We’ll be following along closely.

[Via Engadget]

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