If you're like most Mac lovers, the thought of using anything from Microsoft makes your skin crawl. You rejoiced when Firefox and Safari allowed you to dump IE, you searched frantically for an alternative to Outlook, and when you finally had to use Office, you did so with a clothespin clamped tightly over your nose.
But from the looks of things, Microsoft's new Bing search engine may be okay.
Some rather clever reporters over at MacWorld asked Bing whether one should purchase a Mac or a PC. The "response" from the engine is overwhelmingly against using Windows. In fact, the first result returned is Apple's own "Get a Mac" page.
That loud crash you heard this morning? That was Steve Ballmer tossing his desk through a wall.
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