Microsoft is announcing today that its Bing search engine and Edge web browser will now focus primarily on business users.
Why it matters: For Bing, the move is a recognition that a years-long effort to take on Google in the broad-based search business has failed. In browsers, meanwhile, the shift is a sign of how far the mighty have fallen: Two decades ago, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer dominated the browser market so thoroughly it was seen as a monopoly.
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