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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    It's either one or the other with the case in iOS.

    Personally, I prefer Bing search over Google, but they both seem to have their pros and cons.
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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    Well, most people don't know what they are missing out on. So Bing it on!

    Bing It On - Take the Bing versus Google Challenge. Would you bet against Bing?

    Besides, you can get redeemable rewards for using it. I use Bing all the time and I don't even know the difference.

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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    I took that challenge and Bing won 4 out of 5!!

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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    Hey guys, like the editor of MacWorld said so elegantly.... "Microsoft is no longer the enemy!"

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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7
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    I just did a search for a story about me as a kid in my old band and Bing found more URL's about it than Google has ever found.

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    Apple's Siri dumps Google in favour of Microsoft's Bing in iOS 7

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    I thought Siri had been using Bing since the beginning?

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