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Having reached market nearly two years ago, Microsoft's Bing still has yet to crack Google's recipe for dominance in the U.S. search market. Alone it commands a meager 15% of all searches, compared with Google's 66% market share. And despite the difficult time it's had so far, Mr. Softy still wants to break into this multibillion-dollar market in a bad way. To catch up with Google, Microsoft recently unveiled a redesign of its Bing search engine, incorporating some pretty big-time changes, including social capabilities. What should investors take from this move? Watch the video to find out.
The cloud computing revolution is here today, and not only does it stand to upset much of the technology world as we know it, but it will also redefine how content is managed and distributed. As with any upset, there are those that will be washed out with the changing tide and those that will ride the waves to riches. The Motley Fool has outlined some winners in a special free report: "The 2 Words Bill Gates Doesn't Want You to Hear." If you're interested in uncovering these opportunities today, you can click here to access your report -- it's totally free.
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