At a much-anticipated press event today Facebook has introduced a search engine it calls “Graph Search,” which it says is different from web search. Taking a page from Bing’s marketing message, Graph Search “returns to you the answer, not links that will give you the answer,” Zuckerberg says. The four focuses are people, photos, interestes and places. Now  people can search, for example, “Friends who like Game of Thrones” or “Mexican restaurants in Palo Alto.” Then it returns results based on your friends’ ratings and opinions.

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[Source: Facebook]