Leaked Scroogled ad goes after Google Chrome's 'Now Everywhere' feature

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An internal Scoogled ad from Microsoft has leaked online today, revealing that Microsoft has plans to take a jab at Google Chrome's 'Now Everywhere' feature. The leaked ad is very similar to the official one Google had created for Chrome, but instead of pointing out the highlights of the web browser, it points out the negatives.

Microsoft's Scroogled campaign is working, tarnishes Google's reputation just a bit

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Microsoft's Scroogled advertising campaign has been going on for a little while now and hopes to put the spotlight on Google's practice of dishonest search. Google recently admitted that Microsoft's campaign was intellectually dishonest and misleading. Microsoft has been running these campaigns in an attempt to get users to ditch Gmail and Google for Microsoft's Bing and Outlook.com email service.

Microsoft: Scroogled advertising campaign against Google will go on (Updated)

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KQED (a public radio and TV station) is reporting that Microsoft's senior director of online services, Stefan Weitz, has stated "that part is about finished" when it comes to the Scroogled advertisement campaign against Google. While one "phase" of the Scroogled campaign is winding down, another "phase" is set to kick off.