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Microsoft Launches New Search Engine Next Week

the battle for the better search engine heats up as Microsoft is set to unveil next week it's new version of internet search tool.

they plan to demonstrate its search engine @ the D | All Things Digital, a technology conference to be held in Carlsbad, California. according to reports, Microsoft's search engine is designed to better organize search results for consumers to minimize the amount of time they spend clicking around web pages looking for information.

with Wolfram|Alpha recently completing it's launch and now Microsoft further aligning itself with the web search bandwagon, let's see how these two fare with Google.

image and more of this story @ [the wallstreet journal]

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