Zuckerberg: Facebook Not At War With Google

Zuckerberg: Facebook not at war with Google

A "war" with Google? Not so, says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an interview with Charlie Rose, which airs Monday night on PBS. Well, kinda not so.

Senh: I don't think he should speak so condescendingly of Google+. Sure, I don't really believe it since my friends have pretty much abandoned it like Google Buzz. People initially didn't think much of Chrome's impact on the browser wars either, but it's now tied with Firefox as the second most used web browser. You just gotta be careful when Google decides to focus on something.

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