Early results show Microsoft gaining about two points of search market share, but will the improvement last?
Microsoft has unveiled the first HTML5 animated home page for its search engine and Google rival Bing.com, and it's got a frog on it.
Even one of the newest and most feature-rich filtering and monitoring programs can't keep kids from viewing porn on Bing.com.
Using Microsoft's search service over a secure network connection yielded serious warnings because of a security certificate problem Friday.
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In what could be a blow to Bing's image, the main Microsoft search site goes down.
Bing's share of the search market grew in January, both at its core site and at sites powered by Bing, while Google's share slipped, says new data from Experian Hitwise.
The company is testing a new way to display Bing results -- in a separate tab or window -- among a subset of users.
Microsoft says that a change that was being tested was mistakenly moved onto the live site, causing Thursday night's sitewide outage.