Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) has its next big venture planned and, this time, it's moving into the search engine business. At a tech conference a few weeks back, Mark Zuckerberg addressed the rumors, stating that Facebook has the potential to perform searches that couldn't be done anywhere else -- not even through Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) search -- and "you'd better believe we're going to build out that platform." In this video, Fool.com analyst Lyons George provides details and addresses naysayers' concerns about the future of "Facebook Search."

 

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