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Bill Gates aims at Google

Posted on Friday, October 28 2005 @ 16:15:09 CEST by


In an interview with BBC, Bill Gates said he believes people are underestimating what Microsoft is doing with search technology. Gates said Microsoft's goal is to be bigger than Google in search.
He said that competition had ultimately been good for web users because it had pushed search technology. This meant search would be "far better" in a year.

The next decade looks even better, he said, with a lot more advances in software technology ahead.

"The beauty of software is that we are always making breakthroughs. We will have more in the next 10 years than we have had on the last 30," he said in an exclusive BBC interview.
But Gates also stressed Google isn't Microsoft's only threat.. Read on over BBC.


 



 

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