Google Adds Facebook Pages to Real-time Search Google has announced that it has added a new content source to its real-time search feature: Facebook Pages. Google launched real-time search in December, providing a real-time feed of information from Yahoo Answers, Twitter , blogs, news websites, and other sources for hot or trending search results. Two integrations have lagged though: MySpace andFacebook . Eight days ago, Google added MySpace updates to its stream. And now Google has added Facebook Pages to the mix. Still, Google’s stream doesn’t include public Facebook profiles, something only rival search engine Bing can access. This limits the usefulness of today’s update, but we still welcome the addition.
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