• Openuris

    Maybe they should go back to basics and google, google. Clean and fast interface and less-distracting ads and other media.

    I can’t be the only one who doesn’t want all the junk clogging up my search results as is what google has become. Google has lost a lot of relevancy IMO. I constantly find myself on the 4th or 5th page trying to find something and this didn’t used to be a problem. Yesterday I was all the way back on page 9 trying to find some info on repairing a certain issue with a laptop.

    Google’s infatuation with mega sites and authorship often makes it harder to find what I am looking for. Sometimes new content or authored content or content on a mega site for the sake of it is not the best content.

  • Spag

    Are the data centres still broken at Bing? Yes, yes they are….

  • Durant Imboden

    “When it comes to business, Google is not exactly “sticking to the knitting,” with its driverless car project, floating data center, private airport terminal and other interests that have nothing to do with search.”

    Right, and Microsoft has dumped Windows, Office, and everything else to focus 100% on Bing.

  • PStrohm

    Nice sponsored article…

    “While Google is powerful, successful and trusted worldwide, it’s had legal problems in Europe”

    Thanks to M$ lobbying and to its money.

    How Microsoft Pays Big Money To Smear Google in EU Parliament
    http://falkvinge.net/2012/03/02/how-microsoft-pays-big-money-to-smear-google-audaciously/

  • Ian Harper

    maybe its slow because windows 8.1 uptake is slow. They are ahead of the game. with desktop search they will spring back. its a great idea that works.

  • Ian Harper

    maybe its slow because windows 8.1 uptake is slow. They are ahead of the game. with desktop search they will spring back. its a great idea that works.