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The man could beat a drum longer than the Energizer Bunny and with more verve than Animal, so it's not like his retirement seems imminent.

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Another Sign That Ballmer Will Be Around a Lot Longer: Developers Say Google Tops Bing

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The man could beat a drum longer than the Energizer Bunny and with more verve than Animal, so it's not like his retirement seems imminent. In fact, Steve Ballmer once said that he won't leave Microsoft until the company is #1 in search, displacing the 900 lb gorilla from Mountain View. To that end, the ' Soft has dropped tens of million promoting its new search engine Bing, whose market share has rocketed up to 8.9%, and also struck a still-under-review deal with Yahoo! Still, it looks like there's a lot more work to do: A company called uTest had software developers test the various search engines and offered them money for any unknown bugs they discovered. Not surprisingly, the new-ish Bing revealed the highest number of new bugs, but it also tested behind Google in speed, relevance, and accuracy. Asked about the developers preference for his rival's product, Ballmer had this to say:

 
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