Microsoft has woven Internet Explorer and Bing through Windows 8. The marriage of the two has been done so nicely that Google has produced a website to help users "get their Google back." It seems as though Google might be slightly worried about Microsoft, Bing, and Internet Explorer. Take a look for yourself.
The video is pretty humorous. Whether or not it is effective at conveying the message that Google would like it to remains to be seen. Google has created a search app that will bring with it a user interface that most Googlers will be familiar with:
The Google Search app comes with a clean and recognizable user interface. Our new voice search lets you naturally speak questions. The image search and image previews are built for swiping. And, as usual, you get immediate results as you type with Google Instant. The doodles you enjoy on special occasions will be right there on the homepage and even show up on the Google tile on your start screen.
Chrome has also been updated for the touch interface and now features larger buttons with everything else about it largely unchanged. If you aren't sure how to "get your Google back," head on over to the website Google has put up to help guide you on your way to a search master. Check out GetYourGoogleBack.com