I was reading some of my favorite techie sites this morning and the big talk of the day is how well MSN's new search engine, "Bing", is doing. I like Google, but decided to check out Bing and so far so good. I did a "test" and searched for the same thing on both sites and actually liked the results Bing came up with. Maybe Google finally has some competition? In an attempt to reclaim some of the ground that it has lost to Google, Microsoft unveiled Bing, a new Internet search engine, last week. Bing replaces Microsofts Live Search product, which has failed to dent Googles huge lead in search market share. Bing, described as a decision engine, is designed to understand what users are searching for on the Internet and display more than just the traditional 10 blue links pointing to websites. Microsoft has been stuck in third place behind Google and Yahoo!; its share of US search queries was 8.2% in April, according to the research group comScore. Google was used for 64.2% of queries, and Yahoo! for 20.4%.