Google could be bringing a new service to the market that will allow Google Plus users to share their tangible items with friends and acquaintances in their circles. Essentially the service will act like Craigslist, but without the anonymity found on many boards.
The user will be able to lend, sell, review and catalog items for sharing, while this seems like an odd system, it may be a way for marketers to enhance their reach for selling items through Google Plus.
Right now, Google is testing Google Mine out internally and is working on an Android version, called Bazaar. We do not know if it will make it past the stage of internal development and usage, but if it does it can be added to the list of Craigslist like services.
Source: Ars Technica