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Bing (MSFT) was the default search engine on an 8.9" Kindle Fire HD unit previewed by Ubergizmo....

Bing (MSFT) was the default search engine on an 8.9" Kindle Fire HD unit previewed by Ubergizmo. If Bing has displaced Google (GOOG) as the default search option for Amazon's (AMZN) entire Fire lineup, that would be a huge coup for Microsoft, which has struggled to dent Google's mobile search dominance. It would also further drive home why the success of Google's version of Android matters a lot to the company.
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  • johnofarizonaoregon
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    Anybody who has used both Google and Bing will switch to Google for searches. It's exponentially better (faster, more relevant and intelligent).
    7 Sep 2012, 10:08 PM Reply Like
  • 1mp1r3t4
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    Where's egon? It may be true there, but here on Earth, all reports point to Bing coming up with better results. Read the tech news from Earth lately?
    9 Sep 2012, 12:51 PM Reply Like
  • G.eorg
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    Personally, I Prefer Bing over Google. I find the results more accurate, plus the addition on the varying panes that allow me to view other information with having to actually opening any links.


    Besides, I don't need a browser monitoring everything I search for and offering me results (saving my private matters)
    10 Sep 2012, 04:27 AM Reply Like
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