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Microsoft's Bing Is Banging It Out

Posted by: Jim Harris on 1/10/2010

Microsoft's new web search engine Bing wins big at this year's Crunchies awards as the Best New Startup or Product of 2009.

Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, unveiled Bing on May 28, 2009 at the All Things Digital conference in San Diego. Bing went live on June 3, 2009. By combining Live Search, Windows Live Search and MSN Search Microsoft brings a new player to the market and actually changes the field a little by terming Bing as a "decision engine" versus a "search engine".

The Bing folks have been looking at what people are trying to do when they search instead of what they are looking for. Their end goal is to find better ways to connect people with the information they need.

Kudos to everyone at Bing for bringing a new way of thinking and searching for that elusive information out there somewhere on the internet.

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    • Feb 24 2010, 9:46 AM Nelson
    • I have to be honest and state that I have tried bing, but it seems Google is easier to use - to narrow things down.

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