Three New Search Engines Worth Investigating
YouTube may be the reigning king of online video, but Microsoft, very quietly, has jumped to the number 2 spot in online video watching, leaping from number 7 to number 2 in a single month. It's now ahead of many rivals, including Hulu, Yahoo, Turner, AOL, and others.
Tweet that tied Microsoft contributions for Japan earthquake relief to number of retweets causes uproar.
Microsoft uses Japanese disaster to boost Bing via Twitter.
Bing's new toolbar is usefull, as long as you're ok with it tracking your every move.
Google has caught Microsoft with its hand in its search-engine cookie jar. That's bad, but it also leads me to the question, How much can you trust any search...
Both Microsoft's search engine and Yahoo's Bing-powered search outscored Google at getting users to visit websites.
Search engine Bing, and even Yahoo, are providing users with more accurate searches than their rival Google, according to a report out this week.
Analysis: Google has accused Bing of stealing its search results. It's fight time in the search world.
Search industry analysts suggest that even if Microsoft did copy Google's search results the practice couldn't be scaled enough to mimic Google's algorithms.