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  1. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    For laptop and desktop users, it will take some time before the majority of them have upgraded to Windows 8, but it will happen: and again, using Bing as their search engine in Windows 8 will have a direct impact on Bing's search market share...

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Windows 8 App Refresh – Bing Search BlogBing News app is now customizable, offers offline reading, and supports RSS; Bing Maps now has "improved driving, transit and walking directions, as well as up-to-the minute traffic incidents notifications...

  3. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    According to Microsoft, nine out of 10 people disapprove of this, and Microsoft suggests that these people should move to Windows Phone because their store "doesn't share our customers' personal information with third-party app makers.

  4. Google, Mozilla Accuse Microsoft of Restricting Browser Choice in Windows 8

    We share the concerns Mozilla has raised regarding the Windows 8 environment restricting user choice and innovation," said a Google spokesman. Mozilla has accused Microsoft of failing in its commitment to give Windows users a choice in browsers, a...

  5. Pot (Microsoft) Calls Kettle (Google) Black on Privacy

    But it honestly doesn’t hold up upon closer inspection, especially considering Microsoft has its own privacy policy and, oddly, one Windows Live ID for multiple Microsoft services as Hotmail, Messenger, and Xbox Live.

  6. Browser Wars: How Chrome Overtook Firefox for the First Time

    Unfortunately, the browser version is not bundled with Windows 7, so they are likely challenged with trying to migrate users of their newest operating system. Only time will tell whether the expected release of Windows 8 in the New Year will put a...

  7. Yandex Teams With Seznam on Video Search Results, Now Reports Malware

    In addition to becoming the default search engine on Russian Windows Phones after inking a deal with Microsoft, Yandex also acquired mobile software development company SPB Software to further beef up its mobile offerings.