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Submitted by SJIND 851d ago | news

Microsoft Launches Anti-Google Campaign: Don’t Get Scroogled

Softpedia: Microsoft continues its fight against Google with a brand new campaign called “Scroogled.” Basically, the Redmond-based technology company is trying to bring Google’s unfair practices in the spotlight, as the search giant has converted its shopping results to paid ads. (Google, Microsoft, Web)

Credit url: geek.com
KingPin  +   851d ago
whats weird about this is if you actually go to the source, scroll down to "MUST-READ RELATED ARTICLES", you'll see
"Microsoft Will Make $94 Billion (€71.2 Billion) Using Google Technology"

and they still complaining.
kingPoS  +   851d ago
Why are they being bitter? They're still getting paid.
Sometimes corporate actions don't make any sense.
edward3222  +   851d ago
My Microsoft sounds so jealous :P
sjaakiejj  +   851d ago
When a company feels the need to attack another company through a campaign, I'm only more inclined to go with the company that is being attacked, rather than the attacker.

It comes off as rather desperate.

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