Can Microsoft make a name for itself in search?

Bing search By Katy Abby

When Google hit the Internet stage in September 1998, it changed the face of computing forever. Web searching was suddenly quick, easy, and fun. It didn’t take long for this burgeoning starlet to grab hold of our minds and mice. Soon Google had left an indelible skid mark on the information superhighway.

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Several other search services have vied for Google’s cyberspace crown, most recently Bing, Microsoft’s revamped “decision engine.” The company certainly has an entertaining and memorable ad campaign, but will Microsoft be able to overtake Google as the go-to search site for the geeky masses? Take a look at this tongue-in-cheek short, and decide for yourself! Play the video


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