A sensationalist headline, to be sure, but it's an interesting take that many seem to have on Facebook's recent aquisition of the FriendFeed service. Apparently, many see this as a shot at Google... I can't quite see it myself, but it's an interesting theory nonetheless.
Many expected Google or even Twitter to buy the company, which has been praised for its "real-time" search engine.
This type of search is valuable because it lets you know what is happening right now on any given subject.
"Google look out, Facebook knows the real money is in real-time search," said respected blogger Robert Scoble.