An interesting 'sting' operation carried out by Google's search engine team appears to show that Microsoft's Bing is copying some of Google's search results.
Microsoft has added a karaoke-like feature to its Bing Dictionary in China, which provides English language learners a new way of practicing their pronunciation.
Bing has ended its relationship with Make-My-Baby
Bing's market share has risen, and Microsoft's latest update to the search engine's mobile app brings it closer to becoming an all-in-one resource.
Bing adds new “task-based” functionality to help in its uphill battle for market share against Google.
Google's search results will start to have a small magnifying glass icon next to them. Clicking on it will bring up a snapshot of the website in question, often with text from your search highlighted on the page.
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Google steadily boosts its share of the search market as Yahoo falters and Bing seeks other partners.
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Bing's relationship with Facebook is intriguing in part because it's leveraging all those Like-button clicks which, until now, have had an impact only on the sites with the buttons and on Facebook itself.