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Google certainly garnered the spotlight this week with news of its operating system, as my colleague Chris Nerney pointed out in yesterday’s blog.
As an extremely long notebook user, and a former hardware reviewer for CNET in the late 90s and early 00s, I can’t wait to try the Google Chrome Operating System.
So kudos to the search leader, and Microsoft should indeed be worried. But at the same time, Bing is slowly on the rise. Bing is Microsoft’s new “decision engine,” featuring an impressive-looking home page and some eye-popping search results.
It’s hard to fathom that Microsoft could make such a search leap. Since when does the Redmond behemoth produce a brilliant piece of software? But the company indeed has. I urge you to give it a spin. For a look at the semantic web technology baked into Bing, check out theSemanticWeb.com article, “Are Semantics Helping Bing Make Better Decisions?,” penned by our new writer Ron Miller.
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