Posted on | July 23, 2009 | No Comments
When Microsoft introduced its new search engine, Bing, a few weeks ago, there was great anticipation and then, well, much disappointment from the critics and experts. Since then, there have been lots of articles, blog posts, and comments on what Microsoft ’coulda, woulda, shoulda’ done. Seems that no matter what the company does on this count, Google owns the search market… at least for now. But never say, “Never.” (Who remembers the ‘promise’ of AltaVista?)
David Pogue recently wrote a piece on Bing vs Google that actually showcases Bing in a positive light. You can read about it here: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/09/technology/personaltech/09pogue.html?_r=1
But before you go there, try a side by side comparison of Google vs Bing for yourself at this site: http://bing-vs-google.com/. It’s interesting to see the results of a search on the different engines alongside one another on the same page.
Contributed by Carol Wolicki