Bing has been gaining in popularity since it launched just before the summer and while Microsoft's share of the search market has slowly been creeping upward, it's finally hit a milestone of 10 percent.
It’s been a big week for Microsoft. The company today launched the Zune HD, and on Monday afternoon, it rolled out something called visual search for search engine, Bing.
Bing 2.0 could hit the web as early as next week, according to tweets from Microsoft employees.
Yahoo! has rolled out changes to Yahoo! Search, Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! Messenger, including some new social networking features.
Microsoft has reportedly struck up a deal with Wolfram Alpha that will see the Redmond-based company license some of the latter's data to display in Bing search results.
Continuing its multimillion dollar marketing campaign for Bing, the company's new "decision making engine," Microsoft has launched a contest that challenged users to come up with the best Bing jingle, or "Bingle."
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