Microsoft Wants you to “Bing” Rather than “Google”.

Microsoft Wants you to “Bing” Rather than “Google”.
Ruben Sun
  • 29 may 2009

In a week’s time Microsoft will be launching its new Internet Search site, Bing, previously code named “Kumo”. Microsoft tapped Interbrand to conceive this moniker, which is meant to be a verbable phrase. Their hope is that in 6 months time we’ll be “Binging” things rather than “Googling” them.

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