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    Bing.com - Microsoft's new search...

    I'm a bit tired to learn more about Bing

    Bing: Microsoft's new search... er, decision engine | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com

    Have you heard of it?

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    Now I have

    Looks decent, although am I ready to give up Google yet?
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    That seems like it going to favor all the major websites with all the bells and whistles. Not sure how it will work for the sites at the bottom of the food chain doesnt look good for them or me the normal webmaster without a multi million dollar authority site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Bill View Post
    That seems like it going to favor all the major websites with all the bells and whistles. Not sure how it will work for the sites at the bottom of the food chain doesnt look good for them or me the normal webmaster without a multi million dollar authority site.
    You are right, it doesn't look good for small guys. They could have done better job on presentation.

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    Wow.. Bing too me to Google Wave which later took me to many other posts related to them and I kept on reading the articles and comments (dunno why the heck) leaving all my other work aside and now I will have to work late night to complete my job assignments !

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    And now Microsoft will buy Yahoo, Ask.Com and redirect them all to Bing.Com, than they should be more powerfull than Google and than they will have all calculations pre-made already, so than they should be better than our uncle G. Too bad I guess this will be another failed project from Microsoft. But we'll never know that for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post
    I don't think anyone can overtake Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post
    I don't think anyone can overtake Google.
    Really? What if all the big bosses get together and take revenge to Google? Everything is possible in this insane world with people that have more money than grass in their garden
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    Exclamation Bing - Microsoft new Search Engine - Tech Updates

    Bing Microsoft new search engine



    Microsoft today introduced Bing, a new search experience and consumer brand, outlining a new approach to helping customers use search to make better decisions. This “Decision Engine” approach focuses initially on four key user tasks and related areas: making a purchase, planning a trip, researching a health condition or finding a local business. Bing is specifically designed to build on the benefits of today’s search engines


    The bing will be available at http://www.Bing.com from Wed., June 3, 2009.




    Edit - Merged here
    Last edited by Shenron; 31 May, 2009 at 08:41 AM. Reason: Duplicate thread

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