Maybe. Bing is competitive quality wise with Google, but not many people are switching over. Windows Phone 7 is a good product, but there just doesn't seem to be a much consumer interest in it. It takes time, but the out of the gate interest is a bit disappointing.
Windows 7 works ok. That's a big plus from Vista, and people just sort of accept that they are stuck with it when they buy a PC. No one wants it, or chooses it, they just get it on PCs and figure that's the way it is.
Bing is a joke. All their share is fabricated from forced links embedded in Windows, Yahoo deal, deals with others, etc. No one sets their default search to Bing, but lots of hapless users probably dont change it, since MS bundles and favors it in Windows. Which shuld be prosecuted.
I don't here a lot of negative news on these fronts... There was an article about knect being reverse engineered within a few days of its release and put to use in a variety of new ways... We'll have to wait and see how Microsoft handles this... most likely, I suppose, is try to get some sort or royalties, but I'm not a patent lawyer so I haven't a clue...