Microsoft has posted a blog detailing how its new decision making engine did in its first month online.
Microsoft’s “decision making engine” will soon lose its beta tag in Australia, Canada, China, Japan, and the UK.
Research from Comscore reports that Microsoft latest search endeavor, Microsoft Bing, experienced slow and steady growth during its second week online.
It looks like Google may be a little more worried about Microsoft’s new decision making engine than its Chief Executive Officer is willing to let on.
Reports today suggest that the Justice Department is stepping up its investigation into Google’s Book Search settlement.
Over the last week or so we’ve been hearing about Bing, Microsoft’s latest search effort formally known as Kumo. Today sees the Redmond company unveiling the ‘decision engine’ which will be online for American users on June 3.
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