As Google gets ready to launch it's new social networking site, Google+, many are asking if it could eventually mean the end of Facebook. PC Magazine recently pointed out some difference between the two sites and what it could mean to users.
One of the biggest differences that gives Facebook a major leg up is that all of your friends are already established there. Opening a Google+ account would basically mean starting from scratch.
But there are definitely things you will be able to do on Google+ that you can't do on Facebook. Google+ will allow members to group their friends into something they call Google Circles. This type of grouping will allow you to keep correspondence between different friends and business associates separate.
Google+ will also offer Google Hangouts which will allow you to coordinate plans with multiple friends or co-workers on video chat.
If Google+ is in competition to displace Facebook, don't expect Facebook to go down without aRead More »from Google+: Will It Be The New Facebook?