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Google Games Found Hidden Within Google+ Code
Some industrious hacking-enabled sleuths dug deeper into the code of Google+ and found something that shouldn't be too surprising, but is exciting nonetheless. Logos for a Google Games section of Google+ were there, hinting at Google's future plans to really take this amazing product to new levels. To further solidify the possibility of this coming true, they not only found the above logo, but they also found some hidden gaming APIs like: "/_/games/getGameFriends”, “/_/games/getActivities” and” /_/games/postToStream”. These APIs suggest that gaming with your circle of friends is being planned, and will allow you to share your gaming stats and prowess across your network of friends.
This sounds very intriguing. It will be interesting to see how soon Google begins to implement this into their "little experiment".
Source: GooglePlusTalk.net via SlashGear
07-15-2011 01:45 PM
So, basically, Google doesn't want to make something BETTER than Facebook, they want to copy it. Yuck.
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Depends on how they do it.
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There are bound to be some similarities, although like you guys, I'm hoping G+ does them better.
Funny to see Zuckerburg has a G+ account. (FWIW) Sizing up the competition I suppose. Its amazing how many people are already on G+ having not being fully released to the public yet. Its going to be interesting to see how this plays out.