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Search Blog — Apr 2013

  • April
    28

    Meteorologists Rejoice! Bing Weather App...

    A few days ago we released a comprehensive set of updates to the Bing apps on Windows 8. The apps embrace speed and touch providing you with a fast and fluid way to delve into your interests and get things done. When we made the announcement we noted that the Weather app was on its way. Tonight we’re back to tell you that it’s here. Want to know what the weather is going to be like by hour? Want to know what the weather is like on the other part of the country? Now you can stay a step ahead with interactive and dynamically moving weather maps for your city or region across different categories including satellite, temperature, precipitation, cloud cover and radar. You can also get weather conditions at ski resorts in 31 countries around the world. To make sure you have the latest versions of the Bing Apps, visit the Windows Store from your Windows 8 device and click on the text notification for updates in the upper-right of the screen. From there, select the Bing Apps and hit ‘Install Updates’. - The Bing Team A few days ago we released a comprehensive set of updates to the Bing apps on Windows 8. The apps embrace speed and touch providing you with a fast and fluid way to delve into your interests and get things done. When we made the announcement we noted that the Weather app was on its way. Tonight we’re back to tell you that it’s here. Want to know what the weather is going to be like by hour? Want to know what the weather is like on the other part of the country? Now you can stay a step ahead with interactive and dynamically moving weather maps for your city or region across different categories including satellite, temperature, precipitation, cloud cover and radar. You can also get weather conditions at ski resorts in 31 countries around the world. To make sure you have the latest versions of the Bing Apps, visit the Windows Store from your Windows 8 device and click on the text notification for updates in the upper-right of the screen. From there, select the Bing Apps and hit ‘Install Updates’. - The Bing Team
  • April
    25

    Bing Offers– Discover Deals from Across...

    All of us love getting great deals. However, the difficulty lies in finding the right deal for something you need. At Bing, we have come up with a way to help people find great deals for the things they really need, which is why we are announcing the launch of Bing Offers in the US. With one of the largest collection of local deals on the web, Bing Offers aggregates deals from a broad set of partners, including many of the leading local deal providers. If you are looking for tasty treats, fun activities or a relaxing spa, need to fix your home or automobile or just want some retail therapy, Bing Offers provides simple ways to discover the best deals closest to you. Here’s a brief rundown:: All your favorite deals in one place : You no longer need to browse through different websites, manage multiple sign-ups or sift-through your inbox. Bing Offers aggregates popular deals across the US to help you discover great deals at the right time and place. Quickly find the deals you are looking for: Search for your favorite deals by using any business name, category or keyword. Not looking for a specific deal? Then filter out irrelevant offers by location or category including... Read More All of us love getting great deals. However, the difficulty lies in finding the right deal for something you need. At Bing, we have come up with a way to help people find great deals for the things they really need, which is why we are announcing the launch of Bing Offers in the US. With one of the largest collection of local deals on the web, Bing Offers aggregates deals from a broad set of partners, including many of the leading local deal providers. If you are looking for tasty treats, fun activities or a relaxing spa, need to fix your home or automobile or just want some retail therapy, Bing Offers provides simple ways to discover the best deals closest to you. Here’s a brief rundown:: All your favorite deals in one place : You no longer need to browse through different websites, manage multiple sign-ups or sift-through your inbox. Bing Offers aggregates popular deals across the US to help you discover great deals at the right time and place. Quickly find the deals you are looking for: Search for your favorite deals by using any business name, category or keyword. Not looking for a specific deal? Then filter out irrelevant offers by location or category including... Read More
  • April
    23

    Bing Your Brain: Confirmation Bias and...

    Last week, SurveyMonkey released a study comparing Bing and Google by separating the search results from the brands. The design was fairly simple: participants were given search results for a specific term and asked to choose which one they preferred. For about half, Bing results were labeled as Bing, Google results labeled as Google. The majority of people preferred the results labeled Google. The other half of participants, however, were given Bing results labeled as Google, and Google results labeled as Bing. With the brands switched, more people preferred the Bing results labeled Google. But the most interesting result occurs when you look across the two conditions: more people preferred Bing results labeled as Google than Google results labeled as Google . Source: SearchEngineLand.com Before explaining the psychological forces at work here, let me put to rest any concerns of corporate trickery. Bing wasn’t involved in this study in any way. We didn’t even know it was happening until after the results were released, and since Google recently became a prominent investor in SurveyMonkey , it would be hard to argue that SurveyMonkey had a pro-Bing bias. To the... Read More Last week, SurveyMonkey released a study comparing Bing and Google by separating the search results from the brands. The design was fairly simple: participants were given search results for a specific term and asked to choose which one they preferred. For about half, Bing results were labeled as Bing, Google results labeled as Google. The majority of people preferred the results labeled Google. The other half of participants, however, were given Bing results labeled as Google, and Google results labeled as Bing. With the brands switched, more people preferred the Bing results labeled Google. But the most interesting result occurs when you look across the two conditions: more people preferred Bing results labeled as Google than Google results labeled as Google . Source: SearchEngineLand.com Before explaining the psychological forces at work here, let me put to rest any concerns of corporate trickery. Bing wasn’t involved in this study in any way. We didn’t even know it was happening until after the results were released, and since Google recently became a prominent investor in SurveyMonkey , it would be hard to argue that SurveyMonkey had a pro-Bing bias. To the... Read More
  • April
    19

    Safe Searching with Bing: A Response to...

    There has been a significant amount of media discussion about search and malware in the past week following the release of AV-TEST’s report on the topic. The study claims that Bing exposed searchers to more malware than Google, meaning when a searcher enters a query, they are more likely to go to a link that could potentially hurt their system. Many have wondered why we have been so quiet over the past week on the topic given the potentially damaging claims being made. In truth, this is a complicated topic and we were doing the research necessary to make sure we understood both the study and the true scale of any reported issue with our search results. Unfortunately AV-TEST wasn’t able to provide their methodology or many other details until Wednesday, but one thing is clear given the information we have: AV-TEST’s study doesn’t represent the true experience or risk to customers. In other words, the conclusions many have drawn from the study are wrong. Why? AV-TEST didn’t actually do any searching on bing.com . Rather they used a Bing API to execute a number of queries and downloaded the result to their system for further analysis. By using the API instead... Read More There has been a significant amount of media discussion about search and malware in the past week following the release of AV-TEST’s report on the topic. The study claims that Bing exposed searchers to more malware than Google, meaning when a searcher enters a query, they are more likely to go to a link that could potentially hurt their system. Many have wondered why we have been so quiet over the past week on the topic given the potentially damaging claims being made. In truth, this is a complicated topic and we were doing the research necessary to make sure we understood both the study and the true scale of any reported issue with our search results. Unfortunately AV-TEST wasn’t able to provide their methodology or many other details until Wednesday, but one thing is clear given the information we have: AV-TEST’s study doesn’t represent the true experience or risk to customers. In other words, the conclusions many have drawn from the study are wrong. Why? AV-TEST didn’t actually do any searching on bing.com . Rather they used a Bing API to execute a number of queries and downloaded the result to their system for further analysis. By using the API instead... Read More
  • April
    18

    Celebrating Earth Day with the Nature Conservancy

    <Due to breaking news, this chat has been cancelled.> On April 22 nd the world will come together to demonstrate support for environmental protection in celebration of Earth Day. To inspire you to get out and do something on that day, Bing has partnered with The Nature Conservancy , the leading global conservation organization, for an Earth Day themed #BingIt Twitter Chat. Join us tomorrow, Friday, April 19 th beginning at 10:00 AM PT/ 1:00 PM ET, to learn easy ways in which you can get involved and participate in this year’s Earth Day. To join the chat, just follow @Bing and @Nature_org, and include the hashtag #BingIt in all your tweets during the hour long discussion. The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation non-profit organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. The Nature Conservancy works in all 50 states and in over 35 countries around the world to preserve the animals, plants and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth—by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. It works with local governments, communities, and partner organizations... Read More <Due to breaking news, this chat has been cancelled.> On April 22 nd the world will come together to demonstrate support for environmental protection in celebration of Earth Day. To inspire you to get out and do something on that day, Bing has partnered with The Nature Conservancy , the leading global conservation organization, for an Earth Day themed #BingIt Twitter Chat. Join us tomorrow, Friday, April 19 th beginning at 10:00 AM PT/ 1:00 PM ET, to learn easy ways in which you can get involved and participate in this year’s Earth Day. To join the chat, just follow @Bing and @Nature_org, and include the hashtag #BingIt in all your tweets during the hour long discussion. The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation non-profit organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. The Nature Conservancy works in all 50 states and in over 35 countries around the world to preserve the animals, plants and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth—by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. It works with local governments, communities, and partner organizations... Read More
  • April
    15

    Windows 8 App Refresh

    Back in October we launched six Bing Apps for Windows 8 including News, Finance, Weather, Sports, Maps and Travel to help you explore your world with a set of immersive vertical experiences. The apps were designed from the ground up to embrace speed and touch providing you with a fast, fluid and consistent way to delve into your interests and get things done. Starting today we are rolling out a significant set of updates across the apps that make it easier to customize and personalize them to best suit your needs. Let’s take a look at what’s new: News – Interested in politics, but not very interested in entertainment? Or the other way around? Now you can customize the Bing News app to keep tabs on specific story categories, topics, or news sources that matter to you. Plus, we’re now supporting RSS feeds and offline reading so you can make the news truly your own and take it with you. Maps – With more features to help you find the best the way to get there faster, the Bing Maps app now supports improved driving, transit and walking directions, as well as up-to-the minute traffic incidents notifications including construction and accidents. Want... Read More Back in October we launched six Bing Apps for Windows 8 including News, Finance, Weather, Sports, Maps and Travel to help you explore your world with a set of immersive vertical experiences. The apps were designed from the ground up to embrace speed and touch providing you with a fast, fluid and consistent way to delve into your interests and get things done. Starting today we are rolling out a significant set of updates across the apps that make it easier to customize and personalize them to best suit your needs. Let’s take a look at what’s new: News – Interested in politics, but not very interested in entertainment? Or the other way around? Now you can customize the Bing News app to keep tabs on specific story categories, topics, or news sources that matter to you. Plus, we’re now supporting RSS feeds and offline reading so you can make the news truly your own and take it with you. Maps – With more features to help you find the best the way to get there faster, the Bing Maps app now supports improved driving, transit and walking directions, as well as up-to-the minute traffic incidents notifications including construction and accidents. Want... Read More
  • April
    12

    Pin to Pinterest Arrives for Bing Image...

    Last fall, we hosted a group of lifestyle and design bloggers at the Bing headquarters to better understand their search and social media habits. What we discovered is a community that does more than its fair share of image searches, with much of it tied to Pinterest. They shared some of the hassles they face, and that finding efficient ways to hunt down original, high-resolution images and filtering image results were some of their pain points. That’s why, today, we’re excited to introduce the “Pin to Pinterest” feature on Bing image search. Now, you can pin image results directly from Bing to your favorite Pinterest boards. . Whether you’re gathering inspiration for a home decorating project, a Memorial Day BBQ, or a summer vacation, it’s never been easier to find more pictures and keep track of the ones you love most. See something that catches your eye? Just one click and it’s saved to your Pinterest board. Pinning from Bing is designed to be as effortless as possible: · Simple and Lightweight : There’s no need to install another bookmarklet in your browser, one click and you’re good to go. · Link... Read More Last fall, we hosted a group of lifestyle and design bloggers at the Bing headquarters to better understand their search and social media habits. What we discovered is a community that does more than its fair share of image searches, with much of it tied to Pinterest. They shared some of the hassles they face, and that finding efficient ways to hunt down original, high-resolution images and filtering image results were some of their pain points. That’s why, today, we’re excited to introduce the “Pin to Pinterest” feature on Bing image search. Now, you can pin image results directly from Bing to your favorite Pinterest boards. . Whether you’re gathering inspiration for a home decorating project, a Memorial Day BBQ, or a summer vacation, it’s never been easier to find more pictures and keep track of the ones you love most. See something that catches your eye? Just one click and it’s saved to your Pinterest board. Pinning from Bing is designed to be as effortless as possible: · Simple and Lightweight : There’s no need to install another bookmarklet in your browser, one click and you’re good to go. · Link... Read More
  • April
    11

    Talking Baseball with Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal

    It’s April, which means two things – Spring is finally starting to creep out from underneath Winter’s grasp, and America’s favorite pastime is now in full swing. So with the start of baseball season, we thought it was time for a diamond-themed #BingIt Twitter Chat. Fox Sports baseball insider Ken Rosenthal joins us to co-host the Twitter chat on Monday, April 15 th beginning at 9am PT/noon ET. The #BingIt will focus on all things baseball ranging from what teams to watch out for to what players will dominate, as well as some insider perspective from Rosenthal. To participate, just follow @Bing and @Ken_Rosenthal, and include the hashtag #BingIt in all your tweets during the hour long discussion. Rosenthal has been a senior baseball writer for FoxSports.com since August of 2005 and appears weekly on MLB on Fox each Saturday afternoon. Additionally, Rosenthal serves as an insider and studio analyst for MLB Network. Play ball! - Bing Team It’s April, which means two things – Spring is finally starting to creep out from underneath Winter’s grasp, and America’s favorite pastime is now in full swing. So with the start of baseball season, we thought it was time for a diamond-themed #BingIt Twitter Chat. Fox Sports baseball insider Ken Rosenthal joins us to co-host the Twitter chat on Monday, April 15 th beginning at 9am PT/noon ET. The #BingIt will focus on all things baseball ranging from what teams to watch out for to what players will dominate, as well as some insider perspective from Rosenthal. To participate, just follow @Bing and @Ken_Rosenthal, and include the hashtag #BingIt in all your tweets during the hour long discussion. Rosenthal has been a senior baseball writer for FoxSports.com since August of 2005 and appears weekly on MLB on Fox each Saturday afternoon. Additionally, Rosenthal serves as an insider and studio analyst for MLB Network. Play ball! - Bing Team
  • April
    11

    Bing Your Brain: Culture Beyond Language

    Often, people talk about language and culture as if they were synonymous: to speak French is to like wine and things cooked in butter, to speak Chinese is to like noodles and rice. But at Bing, we know there is a distinct difference between what you say and how you say it, and that is reflected in the way that we build our products. This week, I'll be working from Miami while I do three talks at Hispanicize 2013 , a Latino-oriented event billed as "the Hispanic SXSW". Bing is proud to be the Official Search Engine of the conference, and I’m happy to be talking about the work that Bing and MSN have done to understand culture as distinct from language. Take, for example, the array of offerings from MSN. There is MSN Latino , which is primarily Spanish-language content that is tuned for US Latino culture, meaning it has some general news that is of interest cross-culturally and some specific news that may be of particular interest to Latinos in the US. Then there is Latinzine , which is English-language content that is specifically Latino-oriented. And increasingly, the two are cross-pollinating, with content in both languages appearing on the MSN Latino homepage. To... Read More Often, people talk about language and culture as if they were synonymous: to speak French is to like wine and things cooked in butter, to speak Chinese is to like noodles and rice. But at Bing, we know there is a distinct difference between what you say and how you say it, and that is reflected in the way that we build our products. This week, I'll be working from Miami while I do three talks at Hispanicize 2013 , a Latino-oriented event billed as "the Hispanic SXSW". Bing is proud to be the Official Search Engine of the conference, and I’m happy to be talking about the work that Bing and MSN have done to understand culture as distinct from language. Take, for example, the array of offerings from MSN. There is MSN Latino , which is primarily Spanish-language content that is tuned for US Latino culture, meaning it has some general news that is of interest cross-culturally and some specific news that may be of particular interest to Latinos in the US. Then there is Latinzine , which is English-language content that is specifically Latino-oriented. And increasingly, the two are cross-pollinating, with content in both languages appearing on the MSN Latino homepage. To... Read More
  • April
    11

    “Geoflow” for Excel: 3D Big Data Visualization...

    Today Microsoft is announcing the public preview of project codename “Geoflow” for Excel. “Geoflow” is a 3D visualization tool that helps users map, explore and interact with both geographic and chronological data, enabling discoveries that could be difficult to identify with traditional 2D tables and charts. Moreover, “Geoflow” emphasizes visual storytelling through collaborative features that show changes in data over time with beautiful screenshots and cinematic, guided video tours. Similar to the Bing Apps for Office , which we released back in January, “Geoflow” is an example of a collaborative effort to utilize knowledge and assets Bing has already assembled for search. Core to the experience are familiar but powerful mapping capabilities that allow users to plot up to a million rows of geographical data from Excel in 3D. To see the power of Big Data on Bing Maps – including how it plots both geographical location and intensity of data via columns, bubble visualizations and heat maps – check out the “Geoflow” screenshots below: Don’t wait, download the public preview of “Geoflow”... Read More Today Microsoft is announcing the public preview of project codename “Geoflow” for Excel. “Geoflow” is a 3D visualization tool that helps users map, explore and interact with both geographic and chronological data, enabling discoveries that could be difficult to identify with traditional 2D tables and charts. Moreover, “Geoflow” emphasizes visual storytelling through collaborative features that show changes in data over time with beautiful screenshots and cinematic, guided video tours. Similar to the Bing Apps for Office , which we released back in January, “Geoflow” is an example of a collaborative effort to utilize knowledge and assets Bing has already assembled for search. Core to the experience are familiar but powerful mapping capabilities that allow users to plot up to a million rows of geographical data from Excel in 3D. To see the power of Big Data on Bing Maps – including how it plots both geographical location and intensity of data via columns, bubble visualizations and heat maps – check out the “Geoflow” screenshots below: Don’t wait, download the public preview of “Geoflow”... Read More
  • April
    08

    College Basketball Finals Top Searches

    Today the winner of the 2013 College Basketball Championship will be decided. As we gear up for the final we thought it would be interesting to see what people were searching for ahead of the game. Key Takeaways · If searches can predict the winner, it looks like Louisville will be the next championship team. Searches related to Louisville lead the pack. · While Kevin Ware won’t be playing in the championship game, he is still the most searched player of the tournament. He is followed closely by Michigan point guard Trey Burke. Most Searched Team 1. Louisville 2. Michigan Most Searched Players 1. Kevin Ware 2. Trey Burke 3. Peyton Siva 4. Russ Smith 5. Glenn Robinson Most Searched Mascots 1. Cardinals 2. Wolverines Can’t get enough of the tournament? Check out Stan and Dan’s Unbelievable Tournament Show on Vine. - The Bing Team Today the winner of the 2013 College Basketball Championship will be decided. As we gear up for the final we thought it would be interesting to see what people were searching for ahead of the game. Key Takeaways · If searches can predict the winner, it looks like Louisville will be the next championship team. Searches related to Louisville lead the pack. · While Kevin Ware won’t be playing in the championship game, he is still the most searched player of the tournament. He is followed closely by Michigan point guard Trey Burke. Most Searched Team 1. Louisville 2. Michigan Most Searched Players 1. Kevin Ware 2. Trey Burke 3. Peyton Siva 4. Russ Smith 5. Glenn Robinson Most Searched Mascots 1. Cardinals 2. Wolverines Can’t get enough of the tournament? Check out Stan and Dan’s Unbelievable Tournament Show on Vine. - The Bing Team
  • April
    05

    College Basketball Championship Top Searches

    As the 2013 college basketball championship heads into the semi-final round we’re back to shine a light on what people were searching for during the tournament over the past few days. From heart breaking injuries to last minute upsets, let’s take a look at which moments are spurring you to search: · Kevin Ware’s injury in last week’s game against Duke has made him the most searched player of the tournament. Top searches related to Kevin Ware include ‘injury video’ and ‘injury picture.’ · While Florida Gulf Coast University is out of the tournament, coach Andy Enfield has continued to capture attention, with the announcement that he has been hired as USC’s new basketball coach. · If your searches predict the winner, it looks like Louisville will take the cake! Searches related to Louisville lead the pack in all search categories. Most Searched Teams 1. Louisville 2. Michigan 3. Syracuse 4. Wichita State Most Searched Players 1. Kevin Ware 2. Trey Burke 3. Peyton Siva 4. Russ Smith 5. Mitch McGary 6. Tim Hardaway Jr. 7. Michael Carter Williams Most Searched... Read More As the 2013 college basketball championship heads into the semi-final round we’re back to shine a light on what people were searching for during the tournament over the past few days. From heart breaking injuries to last minute upsets, let’s take a look at which moments are spurring you to search: · Kevin Ware’s injury in last week’s game against Duke has made him the most searched player of the tournament. Top searches related to Kevin Ware include ‘injury video’ and ‘injury picture.’ · While Florida Gulf Coast University is out of the tournament, coach Andy Enfield has continued to capture attention, with the announcement that he has been hired as USC’s new basketball coach. · If your searches predict the winner, it looks like Louisville will take the cake! Searches related to Louisville lead the pack in all search categories. Most Searched Teams 1. Louisville 2. Michigan 3. Syracuse 4. Wichita State Most Searched Players 1. Kevin Ware 2. Trey Burke 3. Peyton Siva 4. Russ Smith 5. Mitch McGary 6. Tim Hardaway Jr. 7. Michael Carter Williams Most Searched... Read More
  • April
    03

    Bing Your Brain: Satisfied and Delighted...

    Earlier this week, tech companies celebrated April Fool’s day and Bing was no exception . Harmless and laughable, these pranks got me thinking about the side of our business that we don’t talk about as often here at Bing: the simple human experience of being delighted by something. No matter if they are funny, insightful, or inspiring, we can get a lot of pleasure out of the things on the web and that makes them a part of our happiness. In psychology, we often differentiate between two independent components of happiness: satisfaction (the lasting experience of pleasure you get from something) and delight (that momentary burst of bliss you get in the moment). While they sometimes come together, people are often surprised by how often they aren’t correlated. For example, in one experiment, people were asked at random times throughout the day via cell phone how happy they were at that time and then asked at the end of the day for a rating of how happy they were overall. The two measures were almost entirely independent: how happy you feel moment-to-moment does very little to predict your overall sense of how satisfied you are with your life. In search, we spend... Read More Earlier this week, tech companies celebrated April Fool’s day and Bing was no exception . Harmless and laughable, these pranks got me thinking about the side of our business that we don’t talk about as often here at Bing: the simple human experience of being delighted by something. No matter if they are funny, insightful, or inspiring, we can get a lot of pleasure out of the things on the web and that makes them a part of our happiness. In psychology, we often differentiate between two independent components of happiness: satisfaction (the lasting experience of pleasure you get from something) and delight (that momentary burst of bliss you get in the moment). While they sometimes come together, people are often surprised by how often they aren’t correlated. For example, in one experiment, people were asked at random times throughout the day via cell phone how happy they were at that time and then asked at the end of the day for a rating of how happy they were overall. The two measures were almost entirely independent: how happy you feel moment-to-moment does very little to predict your overall sense of how satisfied you are with your life. In search, we spend... Read More
  • March
    31

    Introducing Bing Basic

    Every day on the Bing homepage, we strive to bring you a picture of the world that you’ve never seen before. Just a single image a day, but always something memorable and beautiful. But for all the variety we’ve explored through the thousands of images we’ve showcased on our homepage since 2009, there are still internet searchers for whom full motion videos of South Pacific beaches, images of exploding geysers or 3-D underwater scenes are just too engaging. Indeed we’ve been told many people come to Bing to find the name of the movie with tom cruise and a unicorn only to get lost for days clicking around the homepage image. So we ran some numbers on this unique online behavior, did some ethnographic research to study habits and tastes; and then took a shot at redesigning Bing’s homepage to discourage this behavior of exploration and discovery. So today we’re running a special test, where if you visit bing.com and enter a certain telltale query, you’ll get something a little more bland. We decided to go back to basics, to the dawn of the Internet, to reimagine Bing with more of a 1997, dial-up sensibility in mind. We may see some uptick in... Read More Every day on the Bing homepage, we strive to bring you a picture of the world that you’ve never seen before. Just a single image a day, but always something memorable and beautiful. But for all the variety we’ve explored through the thousands of images we’ve showcased on our homepage since 2009, there are still internet searchers for whom full motion videos of South Pacific beaches, images of exploding geysers or 3-D underwater scenes are just too engaging. Indeed we’ve been told many people come to Bing to find the name of the movie with tom cruise and a unicorn only to get lost for days clicking around the homepage image. So we ran some numbers on this unique online behavior, did some ethnographic research to study habits and tastes; and then took a shot at redesigning Bing’s homepage to discourage this behavior of exploration and discovery. So today we’re running a special test, where if you visit bing.com and enter a certain telltale query, you’ll get something a little more bland. We decided to go back to basics, to the dawn of the Internet, to reimagine Bing with more of a 1997, dial-up sensibility in mind. We may see some uptick in... Read More