Data Won't Solve Bing's Mobile Hesitation

As searches migrate more toward mobile devices, Microsoft and Bing could pay a heavy price for delaying the entrance into the space. Quentin Hardy explains Bing appears to attack mobile similar to the way it "came at Google, by spending money on data and computing." Microsoft argues that deals with Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare, which bring more data, can support location-based services.

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