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When Google launched its Facebook doppleganger, Google+, it became clear that the two were in an war to win the Internet. Google ruled the Web for awhile, but little underdog Facebook crept up and all of a sudden its social networking site had 800 million very active users. Now the two are in a bona-fide war, explain Fortune's Miguel Helft and Jessi Hempel . "In the long history of tech rivalries, rarely has there been a battle as competitive as the raging war between the web's wonder twins," he writes. One could argue that one is better than the other, preferring Google+'s circles to Facebook's Timeline, but this is really a numbers game.