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Search Blog — Jun 2012

  • June
    27

    HelloGiggles to Join #BingIt Chat This...

    HelloGiggles , the ultimate entertainment destination for smart, independent and creative females, will join us for a #BingIt chat this Friday, June 29 from 12 pm – 1 pm PDT. We’ll chat with editors about all things summer fun – summer activities, summer food and, of course, summer lovin’ – as well as the team’s favorite new Bing features, which bring together the best of search with the best and most relevant content from your social networks, like Facebook and Twitter. Founded by actress and musician Zooey Deschanel , producer Sophia Rossi and writer and Internet sensation Molly McAlee r, HelloGiggles is the ultimate destination for all things girl. Everything hosted on HelloGiggles is written and curated to be lady-friendly, including beauty ideas, stories on your favorite movies and TV shows, musings on food and drink and much more. To participate in this week’s #BingIt, follow @Bing and @HelloGiggles and tweet out your questions and comments with the hashtag #BingIt. As an added bonus, we’ll give away two $50 gift cards to two lucky participants, chosen at random. The #BingIt Team · Kari Dilloo - @karidilloo ... Read More HelloGiggles , the ultimate entertainment destination for smart, independent and creative females, will join us for a #BingIt chat this Friday, June 29 from 12 pm – 1 pm PDT. We’ll chat with editors about all things summer fun – summer activities, summer food and, of course, summer lovin’ – as well as the team’s favorite new Bing features, which bring together the best of search with the best and most relevant content from your social networks, like Facebook and Twitter. Founded by actress and musician Zooey Deschanel , producer Sophia Rossi and writer and Internet sensation Molly McAlee r, HelloGiggles is the ultimate destination for all things girl. Everything hosted on HelloGiggles is written and curated to be lady-friendly, including beauty ideas, stories on your favorite movies and TV shows, musings on food and drink and much more. To participate in this week’s #BingIt, follow @Bing and @HelloGiggles and tweet out your questions and comments with the hashtag #BingIt. As an added bonus, we’ll give away two $50 gift cards to two lucky participants, chosen at random. The #BingIt Team · Kari Dilloo - @karidilloo ... Read More
  • June
    25

    Ross Mathews Teams with Bing to Do More...

    We recently teamed with TV personality, Chelsea Lately regular and guest host and Tonight Show correspondent, Ross Mathews to see how he is using Bing to help improve his skills in the kitchen so he can better entertain his friends. Check out how Ross uses Bing to make mind-blowing guacamole for his friends. - Karin Muskopf, Bing We recently teamed with TV personality, Chelsea Lately regular and guest host and Tonight Show correspondent, Ross Mathews to see how he is using Bing to help improve his skills in the kitchen so he can better entertain his friends. Check out how Ross uses Bing to make mind-blowing guacamole for his friends. - Karin Muskopf, Bing
  • June
    25

    @iJustine Joins this Week’s #BingIt to...

    YouTube star and all-around tech maven iJustine will be joining the #BingIt crew this Wednesday where she will share her thoughts on the latest video games, her experience at Comic-Con and more. For those not familiar with Justine Ezarik or iJustine, she is an internet personality, avid gamer and tech obsessed internet star who once boasted a 300-page smartphone bill. Join us on Wednesday, June 27 th from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. PT to take part in the live twitter chat. To take part, follow @Bing, @iJustine and hashtage #BingIt. To sweeten the pot, this week we will be giving away $50 gift cards to two lucky participants. - The BingIt Team Kari Dilloo - @karidilloo Ted Roduner - @roduner Ingrid Camacho - @ingridcamacho YouTube star and all-around tech maven iJustine will be joining the #BingIt crew this Wednesday where she will share her thoughts on the latest video games, her experience at Comic-Con and more. For those not familiar with Justine Ezarik or iJustine, she is an internet personality, avid gamer and tech obsessed internet star who once boasted a 300-page smartphone bill. Join us on Wednesday, June 27 th from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. PT to take part in the live twitter chat. To take part, follow @Bing, @iJustine and hashtage #BingIt. To sweeten the pot, this week we will be giving away $50 gift cards to two lucky participants. - The BingIt Team Kari Dilloo - @karidilloo Ted Roduner - @roduner Ingrid Camacho - @ingridcamacho
  • June
    21

    Search Quality Insights: Scientific Research...

    Researchers and engineers in Microsoft Research (MSR) and Bing R&D have been working closely together and have made significant contributions to the science of search. These contributions often start as basic research ideas published as scientific articles in international conferences and journals. These articles are reviewed by search experts from industry and academic institutions around the world, and only those that significantly advance the state of the art are accepted and published. Many of the concepts in these articles from Microsoft become specific techniques for enhancing the Bing search engine positively impacting millions of users. As an example, this week our researchers are participating in the IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2012 ( www.cvpr2012.org ). CVPR is an international conference and an important event for the researcher and academic communities. Microsoft is presenting 41 scientific articles this week in CVPR that have already been reviewed by search experts covering a large number of topics such as ranking and image search. In particular, the article Salient Object Detection for Searched Web Images... Read More Researchers and engineers in Microsoft Research (MSR) and Bing R&D have been working closely together and have made significant contributions to the science of search. These contributions often start as basic research ideas published as scientific articles in international conferences and journals. These articles are reviewed by search experts from industry and academic institutions around the world, and only those that significantly advance the state of the art are accepted and published. Many of the concepts in these articles from Microsoft become specific techniques for enhancing the Bing search engine positively impacting millions of users. As an example, this week our researchers are participating in the IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2012 ( www.cvpr2012.org ). CVPR is an international conference and an important event for the researcher and academic communities. Microsoft is presenting 41 scientific articles this week in CVPR that have already been reviewed by search experts covering a large number of topics such as ranking and image search. In particular, the article Salient Object Detection for Searched Web Images... Read More
  • June
    21

    Bing Image Search Updates Roll Out Today

    In the last few weeks, we’ve launched a beautiful new look for Bing search. Starting today, we’re rolling out the same fresh look for Image search, which makes up 7% of all Bing searches. Say goodbye to tiny thumbnails and hello to an endless stream of big, beautiful pictures from across the web. Bing has always been known for its great image search, and now we’re making the whole experience even more immersive and fun. When you check out the new image search, the first thing you’ll notice is the pictures themselves. Our goal with the new design was to make the images shine. We show bigger thumbnails and lay them out seamlessly so you can take them all in at once. Try these examples and you’ll see the difference: Planning a vacation? Bing Yosemite and see what you have to look forward to, or check out Florence for a European adventure. Need some fashion advice? Bing Lady Gaga for inspiration, or try a short haircut . Just want a pretty background? Bing has flowers , puppies , and more! We hope the new look will entertain, inspire, and inform you about the world. Give it a spin, and then come back to see all the new features. Dealing... Read More In the last few weeks, we’ve launched a beautiful new look for Bing search. Starting today, we’re rolling out the same fresh look for Image search, which makes up 7% of all Bing searches. Say goodbye to tiny thumbnails and hello to an endless stream of big, beautiful pictures from across the web. Bing has always been known for its great image search, and now we’re making the whole experience even more immersive and fun. When you check out the new image search, the first thing you’ll notice is the pictures themselves. Our goal with the new design was to make the images shine. We show bigger thumbnails and lay them out seamlessly so you can take them all in at once. Try these examples and you’ll see the difference: Planning a vacation? Bing Yosemite and see what you have to look forward to, or check out Florence for a European adventure. Need some fashion advice? Bing Lady Gaga for inspiration, or try a short haircut . Just want a pretty background? Bing has flowers , puppies , and more! We hope the new look will entertain, inspire, and inform you about the world. Give it a spin, and then come back to see all the new features. Dealing... Read More
  • June
    19

    R&B Star Keri Hilson Joins This Week...

    R&B and pop star Keri Hilson will join this week’s #BingIt chat on Wednesday, June 20th from 8 am – 9 am PDT. Keri will chat with fans live from Osborne High School in Marietta, GA, where she will join Bing, DoSomething.org and other volunteers as they work to improve the school as part of the Bing Summer of Doing. During the #BingIt chat, Keri will talk with fans about her musical inspirations and interests, as well as how she plans to get involved in her community and help others this summer. An Atlanta native, Keri took the world by storm with her 2009 debut album – including hit singles “Knock You Down,” “Turnin’ Me On,” and “I Like” – and scored critical acclaim with Best New Artist awards and nominations from The Grammys, The American Music Awards, BET Awards, NAACP Image Awards, MOBO Awards and Soul Train Awards. To chat with Keri and participate in this week’s #BingIt, follow @Bing and @KeriHilson and tweet out your questions and comments with the hashtag #BingIt. As an added bonus, we’ll give away two $50 gift cards to two lucky participants during the chat, chosen at random. - The #BingIt... Read More R&B and pop star Keri Hilson will join this week’s #BingIt chat on Wednesday, June 20th from 8 am – 9 am PDT. Keri will chat with fans live from Osborne High School in Marietta, GA, where she will join Bing, DoSomething.org and other volunteers as they work to improve the school as part of the Bing Summer of Doing. During the #BingIt chat, Keri will talk with fans about her musical inspirations and interests, as well as how she plans to get involved in her community and help others this summer. An Atlanta native, Keri took the world by storm with her 2009 debut album – including hit singles “Knock You Down,” “Turnin’ Me On,” and “I Like” – and scored critical acclaim with Best New Artist awards and nominations from The Grammys, The American Music Awards, BET Awards, NAACP Image Awards, MOBO Awards and Soul Train Awards. To chat with Keri and participate in this week’s #BingIt, follow @Bing and @KeriHilson and tweet out your questions and comments with the hashtag #BingIt. As an added bonus, we’ll give away two $50 gift cards to two lucky participants during the chat, chosen at random. - The #BingIt... Read More
  • June
    19

    Summer of Doing: Weeks of Inspiration and...

    As part of the Bing Summer of Doing, we are launching a new site today to inspire you to make the most of your summer. Every day we’ll showcase a new daily activity to motivate you to learn more while giving you a chance to win cool prizes. Check out the site each day at www.bing.com/doing , or follow along at #summerofdoing. Every week we will have a new theme including DIY-ing, eating, celebrating, giving back, wander-lusting, riding, jamming, and more. Each day of the week will present a new Bing search and new opportunity to be inspired to do something. For example, for DIY-ing week, you can hone your DIY skills including, yarn bombing, home brewing, vertical gardening, canning, and cheese making. For eating week, you can nosh and nibble your way via food trucking, dim summing, locavoring, wine tasting, picnicking and more. Each week you have a chance to win fabulous prizes. From the chance to become a master chef via culinary classes, receiving an amazing DIY kit, winning an amazing party, or making a difference in your community – the Bing Summer of Doing has you covered. Check it out and good luck! - Maggie Adams, Marketing Manager, Bing As part of the Bing Summer of Doing, we are launching a new site today to inspire you to make the most of your summer. Every day we’ll showcase a new daily activity to motivate you to learn more while giving you a chance to win cool prizes. Check out the site each day at www.bing.com/doing , or follow along at #summerofdoing. Every week we will have a new theme including DIY-ing, eating, celebrating, giving back, wander-lusting, riding, jamming, and more. Each day of the week will present a new Bing search and new opportunity to be inspired to do something. For example, for DIY-ing week, you can hone your DIY skills including, yarn bombing, home brewing, vertical gardening, canning, and cheese making. For eating week, you can nosh and nibble your way via food trucking, dim summing, locavoring, wine tasting, picnicking and more. Each week you have a chance to win fabulous prizes. From the chance to become a master chef via culinary classes, receiving an amazing DIY kit, winning an amazing party, or making a difference in your community – the Bing Summer of Doing has you covered. Check it out and good luck! - Maggie Adams, Marketing Manager, Bing
  • June
    18

    Veronica Belmont, Co-Host of Tekzilla and...

    Tekzilla and The Sword and Laser co-host Veronica Belmont will join this week’s #BingIt chat on Tuesday, June 19 from 1 pm – 2 pm PDT , where we’ll talk tech, sci-fi, movies and more! Veronica will also discuss her favorite new Bing features – which bring together the best of search with relevant content from your Facebook friends and experts across Twitter – and how she uses them to search for the latest news on her sci-fi obsessions, ask for her friends’ opinions on hot new games and movies, check in with fellow tech experts and more. Veronica is the technology and gaming-crazy host of Tekzilla, a weekly tech help and how-to show, and The Sword and Laser, a science fiction and fantasy podcast and community. To participate in this week’s #BingIt, follow @Bing and @Veronica and tweet out your questions and comments with the hashtag #BingIt. To sweeten the deal, we’ll give away two $50 gift cards to two lucky participants, chosen at random. Hope to see you there! The #BingIt Team Kari Dilloo - @karidilloo Ted Roduner - @roduner Ingrid Camacho - @ingridcamacho Tekzilla and The Sword and Laser co-host Veronica Belmont will join this week’s #BingIt chat on Tuesday, June 19 from 1 pm – 2 pm PDT , where we’ll talk tech, sci-fi, movies and more! Veronica will also discuss her favorite new Bing features – which bring together the best of search with relevant content from your Facebook friends and experts across Twitter – and how she uses them to search for the latest news on her sci-fi obsessions, ask for her friends’ opinions on hot new games and movies, check in with fellow tech experts and more. Veronica is the technology and gaming-crazy host of Tekzilla, a weekly tech help and how-to show, and The Sword and Laser, a science fiction and fantasy podcast and community. To participate in this week’s #BingIt, follow @Bing and @Veronica and tweet out your questions and comments with the hashtag #BingIt. To sweeten the deal, we’ll give away two $50 gift cards to two lucky participants, chosen at random. Hope to see you there! The #BingIt Team Kari Dilloo - @karidilloo Ted Roduner - @roduner Ingrid Camacho - @ingridcamacho
  • June
    15

    Looking at SEO Reports & SEO Analyzer

    Last week we introduced a significant update to our Webmaster Tools. In the coming weeks, we’ll take a deeper look at the features we now offer to help you understand what they do and how to use them. For this week, we’ll start off with a couple of the new favorites folks seem to like. Let’s dive in and explore the SEO Reports and the SEO Analyzer . It’s important to note the order we cover these in, as there’s some logic behind that. We’ll run a scan of all URLs found in each domain verified in your Webmaster account every other week. This scan is filtered through our SEO Best Practices and is what’s used to build the SEO Reports automatically for you. As you navigate through these SEO Reports , you’ll find a list of URLs which we’ve flagged as having a particular issue. When you click on one of the URLs noted, you’re brought to the SEO Analyzer , which scans the URL you clicked and builds a real-time report of the issues we’re seeing for that one page. You should expect to find yourself at the SEO Analyzer when you start digging deep into the SEO Reports . If you like, you can also go direct to the SEO Analyzer... Read More Last week we introduced a significant update to our Webmaster Tools. In the coming weeks, we’ll take a deeper look at the features we now offer to help you understand what they do and how to use them. For this week, we’ll start off with a couple of the new favorites folks seem to like. Let’s dive in and explore the SEO Reports and the SEO Analyzer . It’s important to note the order we cover these in, as there’s some logic behind that. We’ll run a scan of all URLs found in each domain verified in your Webmaster account every other week. This scan is filtered through our SEO Best Practices and is what’s used to build the SEO Reports automatically for you. As you navigate through these SEO Reports , you’ll find a list of URLs which we’ve flagged as having a particular issue. When you click on one of the URLs noted, you’re brought to the SEO Analyzer , which scans the URL you clicked and builds a real-time report of the issues we’re seeing for that one page. You should expect to find yourself at the SEO Analyzer when you start digging deep into the SEO Reports . If you like, you can also go direct to the SEO Analyzer... Read More
  • June
    14

    Bing Teams with DoSomething.org and Lenovo...

    85% of teens in the US say they want to volunteer. Yet, only 35% of them actively do. What’s the #1 reason why they don’t volunteer? No one asked them to. As part of Bing’s Summer of Doing, Bing has teamed up with DoSomething.org and Lenovo to challenge young people to team up and start doing something for their communities. With the help of 90210’s Shenae Grimes, we’re kicking off a series of challenges focused on a specific daily causes. The challenges can be found via www.dosomething.org/hunt and DoSomething.org’s favorite social change weapons: cell phones and online searching. As part of the daily challenge, teams will use Bing to search for clues and stats to help to complete the tasks. Teams can work together to complete all the challenges and report back to show how they created a measurable impact in their community, all while collecting points to win prizes like Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabooks and scholarships. Starting today, you can register your team for this year’s Hunt. On July 10th, we’ll issue a new set of challenges every day at 10:45 am. Each challenge will earn teams points towards winning prizes! The Grand Prize... Read More 85% of teens in the US say they want to volunteer. Yet, only 35% of them actively do. What’s the #1 reason why they don’t volunteer? No one asked them to. As part of Bing’s Summer of Doing, Bing has teamed up with DoSomething.org and Lenovo to challenge young people to team up and start doing something for their communities. With the help of 90210’s Shenae Grimes, we’re kicking off a series of challenges focused on a specific daily causes. The challenges can be found via www.dosomething.org/hunt and DoSomething.org’s favorite social change weapons: cell phones and online searching. As part of the daily challenge, teams will use Bing to search for clues and stats to help to complete the tasks. Teams can work together to complete all the challenges and report back to show how they created a measurable impact in their community, all while collecting points to win prizes like Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabooks and scholarships. Starting today, you can register your team for this year’s Hunt. On July 10th, we’ll issue a new set of challenges every day at 10:45 am. Each challenge will earn teams points towards winning prizes! The Grand Prize... Read More
  • June
    14

    Bing and Yelp Help You Do More with Local...

    As one of the web’s leading local listing services, Yelp is a great resource that helps connect you with local businesses and restaurants. Scanning reviews from real people can often make the difference between the perfect night out and wishing you had stayed in. At Bing, we’re dedicated to helping you do more, so we are pleased to roll out increased Yelp coverage in Bing search results. Starting today, people in the US will begin seeing even more rich Yelp data in Bing’s snapshot (the center column) and relevant Bing Local pages allowing you to scan reviews at a glance or dive into rich content such as photos and restaurant reviews. With this increased integration, Bing can offer fresher and more reliable reviews so you can do more in your local area. Check it out and let us know what you think. - Gurpreet S. Pall, Partner Engineering Manager, Bing As one of the web’s leading local listing services, Yelp is a great resource that helps connect you with local businesses and restaurants. Scanning reviews from real people can often make the difference between the perfect night out and wishing you had stayed in. At Bing, we’re dedicated to helping you do more, so we are pleased to roll out increased Yelp coverage in Bing search results. Starting today, people in the US will begin seeing even more rich Yelp data in Bing’s snapshot (the center column) and relevant Bing Local pages allowing you to scan reviews at a glance or dive into rich content such as photos and restaurant reviews. With this increased integration, Bing can offer fresher and more reliable reviews so you can do more in your local area. Check it out and let us know what you think. - Gurpreet S. Pall, Partner Engineering Manager, Bing
  • June
    13

    Search Quality Insights: To Err is Human

    At Bing we’re committed to delivering you the best possible results. While teams of researchers, machine learning experts and data miners continually improve our core spelling and ranking components, the reality is that some defects have historically slipped through the cracks. This is partly because search relies on people to teach the system and, since people make mistakes, some defects are introduced. Our recent release, takes a step forward in addressing many of the most common defects that we find in the system. In this post, my colleague Bill Ramsey, Development Manager for Bing , will examine three categories where we’ve reduced the occurrence rate and severity of defects: URL queries, Recourse Links and Related Searches. Dr. Harry Shum, Corporate Vice President, Bing R&D One of the major sources of defects pertains to what we call URL queries. These are queries like “facebook.com” or “yahoo.com/mail” where the query looks like a URL. At first glance, you might think this is a simple problem for a search engine. After all, we have billions of URLs – how hard can it be to find a match on one? In reality, this type of query is... Read More At Bing we’re committed to delivering you the best possible results. While teams of researchers, machine learning experts and data miners continually improve our core spelling and ranking components, the reality is that some defects have historically slipped through the cracks. This is partly because search relies on people to teach the system and, since people make mistakes, some defects are introduced. Our recent release, takes a step forward in addressing many of the most common defects that we find in the system. In this post, my colleague Bill Ramsey, Development Manager for Bing , will examine three categories where we’ve reduced the occurrence rate and severity of defects: URL queries, Recourse Links and Related Searches. Dr. Harry Shum, Corporate Vice President, Bing R&D One of the major sources of defects pertains to what we call URL queries. These are queries like “facebook.com” or “yahoo.com/mail” where the query looks like a URL. At first glance, you might think this is a simple problem for a search engine. After all, we have billions of URLs – how hard can it be to find a match on one? In reality, this type of query is... Read More
  • June
    13

    Twitter Sweeps: @Bing + Pretty Little Liars

    ”A” knows what’s new with Pretty Little Liars, but what about you? For all of you super fans out there, we’ll be giving away 10 Pretty Little Liars swag bags complete with an autographed item from Lucy Hale, who plays Aria on the show. On June 13 th , we will ask our followers to retweet specific tweets from the @Bing handle to be entered into the sweepstakes for a chance to win (one entry per handle). We will randomly select ten lucky winners from the followers who retweet the @Bing handle sweepstakes tweets during the following time period: 9 AM PT on June 13, 2012 – 5 PM PT on June 13, 2012 Hopefully you won’t be keeping this one a secret! Be sure to retweet the sweeps for a chance to win and start sharing with friends to help spread the word. It’s open to US residents 18+. For details on how the sweepstakes works, read the official rules here . Best of luck, The Bing Team ”A” knows what’s new with Pretty Little Liars, but what about you? For all of you super fans out there, we’ll be giving away 10 Pretty Little Liars swag bags complete with an autographed item from Lucy Hale, who plays Aria on the show. On June 13 th , we will ask our followers to retweet specific tweets from the @Bing handle to be entered into the sweepstakes for a chance to win (one entry per handle). We will randomly select ten lucky winners from the followers who retweet the @Bing handle sweepstakes tweets during the following time period: 9 AM PT on June 13, 2012 – 5 PM PT on June 13, 2012 Hopefully you won’t be keeping this one a secret! Be sure to retweet the sweeps for a chance to win and start sharing with friends to help spread the word. It’s open to US residents 18+. For details on how the sweepstakes works, read the official rules here . Best of luck, The Bing Team
  • June
    12

    Qwiki Arrives on Bing

    Today you will start to see Qwikis in Bing Search results. What are Qwikis? Qwikis are interactive presentations combining images, videos, maps and spoken narration. In other words, Qwikis are a gateway for further exploration that offer a unique, visual experience to help you quickly get information and do more. With features like snapshot, which we introduced with the recent Bing redesign, we made it easier to takeaction directly from the results page. With Qwikis and other visual elements in Bing, we’re helping people decide what they want to do by creatively exposing them to information that might otherwise take them awhile to find. A seamless user experience is of the utmost importance to Bing, and the integration of Qwikis follows our design philosophy of not making the page too “heavy” while getting you efficiently to the information most relevant to you. With that in mind, Qwikis feel like a natural part of the search results column.To interact with a Qwiki simply click on the play button under a Wikipedia entry in the Bing search results. This will launch a Qwiki giving you a dynamic way to interact and learn about a given topic or more often than... Read More Today you will start to see Qwikis in Bing Search results. What are Qwikis? Qwikis are interactive presentations combining images, videos, maps and spoken narration. In other words, Qwikis are a gateway for further exploration that offer a unique, visual experience to help you quickly get information and do more. With features like snapshot, which we introduced with the recent Bing redesign, we made it easier to takeaction directly from the results page. With Qwikis and other visual elements in Bing, we’re helping people decide what they want to do by creatively exposing them to information that might otherwise take them awhile to find. A seamless user experience is of the utmost importance to Bing, and the integration of Qwikis follows our design philosophy of not making the page too “heavy” while getting you efficiently to the information most relevant to you. With that in mind, Qwikis feel like a natural part of the search results column.To interact with a Qwiki simply click on the play button under a Wikipedia entry in the Bing search results. This will launch a Qwiki giving you a dynamic way to interact and learn about a given topic or more often than... Read More
  • June
    11

    G4’s Attack of the Show Co-Host Candace...

    G4’s Attack of the Show co-host Candace Bailey will be joining this week’s #BingIt chat where we’ll be talking all things gadgets, games and entertainment. Candace is also going to sharing her thoughts on the new Bing experience at Bing.com/new that brings the best of search together with relevant content from your Facebook friends and experts across Twitter. Candace is an actress and TV personality who joined G4’s Attack of the Show as co-host in January 2011. Join us on Wednesday, June 13 from 11 am – 12 pm PST. To participate, follow @Bing and @CandaceBailey5 and tweet out your questions and commentary with the hashtag #BingIt. As an added bonus, we’ll be giving away two $50 gift cards at random to participants. - The #BingIt Team G4’s Attack of the Show co-host Candace Bailey will be joining this week’s #BingIt chat where we’ll be talking all things gadgets, games and entertainment. Candace is also going to sharing her thoughts on the new Bing experience at Bing.com/new that brings the best of search together with relevant content from your Facebook friends and experts across Twitter. Candace is an actress and TV personality who joined G4’s Attack of the Show as co-host in January 2011. Join us on Wednesday, June 13 from 11 am – 12 pm PST. To participate, follow @Bing and @CandaceBailey5 and tweet out your questions and commentary with the hashtag #BingIt. As an added bonus, we’ll be giving away two $50 gift cards at random to participants. - The #BingIt Team