Last year, Bill Gates announced that his focus for his remaining full-time work at Microsoft would be search. But the job is not yet done and now he's announced that search will be a projects he will be involved with post-retirement (besides his Chairmanship). Buried in the stories about Windows 7 and its multitouch abilities is a statement from the software giant's founder about his vision for the future of Microsoft's search.
"I'm very involved in search, the internal development," he told the audience at the D6 conference. "We will build the world's best search."
Do you think Gates can pull it off? Discuss in the comments.
via BBC News
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