A new search engine form Microsoft that answer questions using the phrases as a full search focus go to www.Bing.com
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Microsoft on Thursday took the wraps off Bing, the rebuilt search engine formerly code-named Kumo, (See past blog on KUMO) designed to replace Live Search. It's a solid improvement over the previous search product, and it beats Google in important areas. It will help Microsoft gain share in the search business. It's surprisingly competitive with Google.
Bing isn't available to the public yet, but you won't have to wait long. Starting on June 1, some users will get Bing search results from Live Search. On June 3 Bing will be Microsoft's new default search.