Google has launched a social network for the “millennials”, which will be built on the “Facebook for the Millennial” technology.
The company, which has a presence in more than 300 countries, announced on Wednesday it had bought the social network, known as “Facebook” for the generation that was born after the birth of the internet.
Facebook is not the first company to seek out the potential of “millennial” platforms.
Google is planning to use the “Millennial” technology to create a “platform for sharing information, sharing content, and connecting with others” with its services and tools, a company official said.
“We believe this will help us continue to reach this generation and their connectedness through our social network,” said a senior executive at the social media giant.
Facebook for millennials is a social networking site designed to give millennials an opportunity to connect with their friends and family on Facebook.
It has been created as part of a partnership between Facebook and Twitter.
Facebook has been working on a social media platform for a while.
The platform was first launched in 2011 and it has since expanded to more than 30 countries, including the US, Brazil, Canada and Australia.