Search engine behemoth Google (NYSE:GOOG) announced on Thursday plans to expand its search engine results to include real-time content from social networking sites like Facebook , MySpace and Twitter, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The service will be dubbed Google Realtime, and will be available separately from the traditional search engine. It is designed to help users find current conversations on popular and regional topics. Google’s recently-launched 'Buzz' will also be included in the search. The posts in Google Realtime will appear similar to Twitter, in the form of a continuously updating news feed.