Microsoft says their BING is gonna wipe Google off the map ;)

United States
August 23, 2009 3:33pm CST
Hey their saying it, not me, lol. (note: Yahoo will sell ads through Bing, all Yahoo searches go through Bing) Go to bing.com and it says: Get Relevant Results & Decide Faster. Bing Gets The Job Done! I was reading Time magazine and a Google CEO says their stumped by what they mean with their ads (of it being smarter) because they say Google does improve the more its used and they have almost a decades use of data. Well you can find sponsored ads of Bing right over top search results for Bing (Google Images), that was nice of them If this happens it gives Microsoft a 30% share of searches but still...how does this mean they will rival Google?? I would replace Google with Bing though
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@Trensue (5253)
• United States
23 Aug 09
The jury is still out for me, but I have been using both and doing some personal comparing. I am interested to see how much it changes the "market share" I am a firm believer that competition breeds better quality and this may be the thing to bump things up a notch. Watching with interest.
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@zearah (5287)
• Philippines
23 Aug 09
Yes, I perfectly agree.
@zearah (5287)
• Philippines
23 Aug 09
Rivalry is another way to improve the services and performance of each business. With this information we could expect another newer feature for both rivals. If this would be the case.Then both will be of better service to meet the demands of their users.
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• Philippines
24 Aug 09
Its only that the open source organization might not always be overwhelmed by this monopolist. Let's just see which may cater the best for those hungry users who are avid in waiting for the new browser.
• United States
24 Aug 09
I have to say, I will not use the search engine just because I find those commercials so irritating. Silly reason but it did it for me.
• United States
24 Aug 09
might i ask which news channel you watch, dok--just kidding!!