TheMadScientist - 5:02 pm on Jan 6, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: TheMadScientist at 5:30 pm (utc) on Jan 6, 2013]
As far as another search engine coming along goes, who, besides M$ has deep enough pockets to even come close to the quality and accuracy they provide?
If we are talking purely search engines then I have disagree. Bing's results are now in some ways superior to google's. Their problem is in convincing people of this.
Are you saying Bing and M$ (Microsoft) aren't the same thing?
And Bing, which was launched as the first 'Intent, Knowledge & Decision Engine', has reverted and now wants to be a pure search engine?
ADDED: The main point I hope people 'get' is the two biggest engines, are not 'search engines' and don't want to be 'search engines' ... For another 'search engine' like we've know to come along and have any type of market share like Google & Bing control is Years in the making.
That will only even happen if whomever builds it decides two of the largest companies on the planet with some of the longest history in search have gotten it wrong and they should do what those two did before they decided to invest millions into Not Being a search engine any more.
I guess my posts and the points I'm trying to make are very difficult for some to understand ... I had no clue they were so difficult for some to 'get'.
[edited by: TheMadScientist at 5:30 pm (utc) on Jan 6, 2013]