Re: Not because the search engine fails
I should add, one of the main reasons that I started using Bing was because when you're trying to look up part numbers of weird Chinese chips inside things, Google has a horrible spam problem. Follow a link that looks, from the description, that it knows what the chip is and suddenly I'm at a different site, often with a .it domain, that is trying to get me interested in naked people (probably worse but my content blocker killed it). I tried Bing and, actually found datasheets. In Chinese, of course, but some autotranslation got me the gist to know it was Yet Another 8051 Clone from the Middle Kingdom. Google? Had no idea, was being gamed, and didn't seem to care. I dunno, the quality of Google's search has nosedived in recent times. So, no, I'm not sure that "dump it in a big heap and let the search engine sort it out" is a viable proposal for anything.