Today, Facebook will unveil a mysterious novelty

Published: 6 July 2011 y., Wednesday

The growing competition between Google and Facebook brings their users many innovations.

Currently the focus is on the new "Google+" project, so it is not surprising thet Facebook with their new presentation hope once again to shine in the eyes ofcustomers. Today Facebook social network has promised to deliver an unknown innovation, anounced by founder Mark Zuckerberg. It is believed that this could be integrated Skype video chat window. One of the new aspects of the product , video chat will have desktop components, although it has not been finally approved. However such product would be beneficial for both companies, Skype and Facebook, who are giants in their markets.

It is considered that even fully launched Google + will not be capable to cope with 170 million Skype and 750 million Facebook users.

Anyway, we will all find out the new Facebook feature in the evening 20:00 Lithuanian time.

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