Google could be working on a new project that ties into Google+, called Google Mine. The website, Google Operating System, posted about this service, including the screenshot above. They claim the service is being testing internally at Google.
Google Mine lets you share your belongings with your friends and keep up to date with what your friends are sharing. It enables you to control which of your Google+ Circles you share an item with. It also lets you rate and review the items, upload photos of them and share updates on the Google+ Stream where your friends get to see and comment on them.
Google Mine lets you organize the things you own, use, wish for, and more: gadgets, clothing, electronics, DVDs, cars, bikes or anything!
It also enables social interactions around them with your Circles using Google+:
* Catalog your belongings, track what you have
* Review your belongings for your friends to see
* Control who sees what, track conversations
* Send requests to borrow or try out friends’ stuff
* Share stuff you wish for, get recommendations
* Share stuff you are giving away, find takers
* Follow, browse, search stuff that friends share
They’re also reporting that there’s an internal Android app available on Bazaar, which is Google’s internal Play Store.