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CNET News Video: Facebook hard at work on search

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CNET News Video: Facebook hard at work on search

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco that the company does 1 billion queries a day in search. Zuckerberg goes on to say there's a big opportunity and company has a team of engineers working on it.

We do on the order of a billion queries a day already and we're basically. Right so today -- services. The vast majority unit inside people's minds. People but there are also -- meaningful portion produces people trying to find pages brand pages and everything just asks if there's there's a bunch. Coming to commercial and here and now. I think there's a big opportunity there and -- when he's using you do that but job it was just. Recollect zero searches you get a search engine land on Google and Bing end and -- yeah -- -- Keywords. And down big mystery and tells you -- -- and it -- cinematic Hollywood thinks I'm cancerous. He's -- really evolved we're giving you I'm so. Stop with your specific question -- -- answer. And everything and another perspective -- FaceBook is. Answer -- question. -- -- -- -- -- -- And my -- -- -- in New York. In the past six months. What and -- -- don't you know. What pop which is my friends -- friends and we're gonna company that it just works out of his pocket and talent ambulance worker and -- berries and you can. Legal system that you should do anywhere else and now it's a lovely. Juicy. Search. Highly engineered its. -- We re -- your true believers so -- -- -- we're trying everything's. Under there is a and protection that people find friends and the people -- just me but I am. Knowing -- it's we're gonna we're gonna cost. That let you get that out that's one kind of the opposite each student -- -- future and -- we've got. But yeah.

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