Facebook is mining its trillion connections with Graph Search, a tool to find content that's being shared between users that's distinct from web searches. The company is taking on Google's own social-integrated search tools, as well as social search sites like Yelp, while looking for more ways to build an experience that can be monetized in the wake of going public.
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