Microsoft loves to use Bing to predict major events. The Oscars were no different and Microsoft's number crunching algorithms did really, really well.
Even if you sign up for Bing Rewards right now only to claim the free OneDrive storage, you can get it. You can also grab a separate free 100GB for one year if you use Dropbox, too.
Just in time for your Oscars pool, Microsoft has put its social sniffer to work, using online chatter, media predictions, and prior award winners to make its picks.
Now when you search for health information on Google you won't be at the mercy of Yahoo Questions or sites like Livestrong. Instead, Google has compiled Knowledge Graph data that has been fact-checked and reviewed by doctors.
Microsoft takes another stab at the Android lock screen, this time with images, news, weather, and search from Bing.
Users can easily see tweets translated into their selected language on Twitter.
Google's instant answer results for song lyrics are partial and push you towards the Google Play Store.
Using the same predictive technology that it harnessed to call the outcome of the World Cup, Microsoft's Bing thinks it knows the album of the year, the Golden Globe winners, and even the fashion trends of 2015.
Microsoft is making a big push on Android, also adding weather updates to its Next lock screen.
With 2014 almost over, Microsoft has released its lists of the top searches on Bing, with Apple's iPhone 6, Facebook and Kim Kardashian the year's big winners.