Who needs tipsters and blurry photos when you’ve got one of the world’s biggest companies, leaking its upcoming social service right in its own ad? As you can see in the Chrome browser toolbar, there’s a little Google +1 extension which is said to perform duties just like Facebook’s “Like” buttons you see dotted around the web (there’s one on this post, for example.) [TechCrunch]
Google Leaked Its Upcoming +1 'Facebook Killer' In Its Own Ad
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