Is Mark Zuckerberg planning to add “Vibes” music service to Facebook?

Posted on Jul 8 2011 - 10:06am by Mike Wewerka

Facebook, and more importantly, Mark Zuckerberg, have taken interest in Google+ and are not about to let the empire fall to the waste side. In a move to stay ahead of the search giants, Google+ social project, Zuckerberg announced this week some changes to the Facebook service, most notably, video chat which is powered by Skype.

But after some recent source code was examined, some new features that have yet to be announced, may have been found. The Skype install code point to an application know as “Vibes.” Could this be a new music service powered by Facebook and its 750+ million user base? The possibilities could be endless with that type of user base. This could also be why Zuckerberg has refused to let Apple connect its failed Ping project into Facebook.

Looks like Social just got a whole lot more interesting. Any new Google+ users out there? How do you like the service compared to Facebook?

[Source: Ubergizmo]

  • Anonymous

    I’ve started using G+ and I think it’s great. I haven’t stopped using FB entirely, but I’m rarely on there these days. The news feed have become so boring. People are so reserved because they have everyone on there friends, family, colleagues, coworkers  etc. I find the stream far more interesting. And that’s without most of my friends.