Microsoft "Bing" will Overtake Google

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by Gallardolam, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. Google might still be the leading search engine in the U.S. by a large margin, but over the last six months, searches powered by Microsoft Bing are increasing at an impressive rate. So impressive, in fact, that if the trend line continues, there will be a real contest between Bing and Google next year — and Bing may just come out on top.

    According to the latest data from Experian Hitwise, Google was responsible for 64.42% of searches in the U.S. in March, 2011. Bing-powered search — which includes both and — accounted for 30% of U.S. searches.
  2. This is circulating the internet

    Posted by somebody:

    Google & Microsoft are Major Players in Child Pornography ($200 Billion)

    First off, Child Pornography is a poor term to use. In Canada, we call this disgusting shit, Infant Sexual Abuse.

    Google has databases and terabytes of Infant Sexual Abuse images and links on their servers. So does Microsoft. The FBI needs to investigate these accusations immediately.

    Kiddy Porn is a 60 Billion Dollar American Industry. And it has global sales of over 200+ Billion USD.

    Darpa can stop all this if they wanted to. They allow it to happen.

    Most pedophiles who consume Infant Sexual Abuse content, are Lawyers, Cops and Judges. They have too much Power, so they need to "get off" and twisted kids.

    Why isn't Google being investigated for using it's web robots to access Child Porn?

    It's important to note, that I know Sergey Brin's Wife, and I have a lot of respect for the Brin family, and I don't believe they have anything to do with this.

    Google is Evil. Microsoft is Evil. Open Source Linux all the way.


    Sergey Brin's Cousin
  3. That article is 8 months old so while it's new for a developmentally challenged person such as yourself, it's pretty old for the rest of us. On top of that it makes a prediction (Bing crosses Google in a year) that can be checked (and is way off the mark):

    I'm not sure how they ever got Google over 70% - it's been in the 63-67% range for forever. Bing + Yahoo has been pretty constant in the 30% range as well though Bing keeps eating away at Yahoo's share. Aol and Ask pick up the scraps.