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- Dec 30, 2010
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So, this morning's big rumor is a bit of a stretch, but their is some logic to it, so it's worth considering. Google+ user Hugo Seijas recently took a Google Opinion Rewards survey. He posted a question he found on the survey that was very odd. It asked, " “Do you have a Google monthly movie pass?”
Since that service basically doesn't exist, his answer was obviously no, but the fact that the question is there suggests Google could be working on it in the background. Otherwise, why would it be on the survey to begin with. Perhaps the survey is also meant to be taken by Google employees, and there is a team/division within Google working on this, which would make the question relevant for testers.
That last part is just speculation, but either way you look at it, this seems to suggest that Google might be working on a streaming movie service to compete with Netflix and Amazon Prime. What do you guys think? Could Google create a solid competitor to Netflix?