Google Versus Bing: Choose For Yourself

Posted: Jul 8 2009, 4:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:15pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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The search engine war wages on. Microsoft is dropping millions in advertising and research to best Google, while Google has had to ramp up their R&D in order to stay ahead. Columnists and commentators have fallen in on both sides of the battle. Some favor the old Google standard, while others feel that Bing's additional functions give it the edge.

Looking at all this from the outside, it can be hard to decide which search engine to go with. You the user just want to know which product works better. And now you have a way to decide which engine you prefer, without having to read through reams of arguments or corporate propaganda. Google Versus Bing puts both search engines side-by-side and lets you choose which one you prefer based on practical experience.

All you have to do is enter in your search term, and responses from both engines will pop up on screen, allowing a direct comparison between the two competitors. Go ahead, try it out, and make sure to let us know which search engine you prefer.

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