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Is Google or bing better?

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Answered 2011-05-19 11:36:17

Google is better because it has more search and relevant results that will appear to the keywords that you quire. Furthermore, Google Search has been created long time ago while Bing is only in 2009 by Microsoft. And Bing is kinda on Beta now.

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