Microsoft’s latest new attempt to compete with google and target for total Web dominance is called as Bing. This search engine was termed as Kumo while it was in development phase, Bing is now replacing the Microsoft’s Live Search brand and takes on Google and Yahoo.
Rediscovering Web Search
Besides the unique new look to the search interface, Bing has amazing navigation for search results, including a new left-hand navigation bar, a hover feature that lets users preview Web pages before visiting them, and a categorized search feature that groups search results by topic category.
Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer demonstrated Bing for the first time Tuesday at the D: All Things Digital technology conference. Bing goes live to the public beginning on June 3; it will be phased in over the course of several days.
People who are web savvy and have knowledge won’t just stick after Google or Yahoo. People are likely to focus on better and advanced search engines that really solves their problems. This is the only silver lining in the dark cloud, one hope that Bing can make people switch search engines
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