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bing 2.0

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Bing 2.0 could be around the corner

Microsoft apparently has shown off new improvements to its Bing search engine, according to some employees' Twitter feeds.

By September 11, 2009

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Ballmer on Bing, Xbox, Apple...oh, and Yahoo, too

Microsoft's chief executive discusses Bing, Apple, and Yahoo (briefly) at the Web 2.0 Summit.

By October 18, 2011

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The skinny on Bing's new panorama maker (video)

CNET's Josh Lowensohn chats with Bing's architect, Blaise Aguera y Arcas, about three of Bing mobile's new features, including one that helps users create immersive, 360-degree panoramas.

By December 15, 2010

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Will Xbox Bing solve the video search problem?

The upcoming dashboard update for the Xbox 360 will introduce Xbox Bing video search, which will combine cross-platform video search with voice control.

By October 21, 2011

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Web 2.0 Summit: Where tech worlds collide

roundup Software makers, social networks, and even hardware makers shake hands and link their products at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.

By October 22, 2009

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At Web 2.0 Summit, the party's back on

At the annual O'Reilly Media event, tech industry leaders hinted not-so-subtly that they're ready to get back to business instead of contemplate the realities of a bad economy.

By October 23, 2009

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Microsoft updates Bing iPhone app

New 2.0 version released this week sports a redesigned home page, better voice search, and an auto-suggest feature to help you tweak your searches on the fly.

By December 17, 2010

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Report: Bing nails search deals with Twitter, Facebook

For the first time, real-time status updates and tweets will show up in traditional search engine query results--and it won't be on Google.

By October 21, 2009

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Hands-on with Twitterized Bing

Microsoft is getting into the real-time search business with tweets showing up in Bing search results. Here's how the new service works so far in beta.

By October 21, 2009

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Bing grabs 10 percent of search market

Microsoft's new search tool breaks out of single digits, accounting for 10.7 percent of the market in August with 1.1 billion unique searches, Nielsen says.

By September 16, 2009