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Microsoft Launches Bing Search

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Internet, Microsoft,

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Microsoft has launched Bing, a search engine tested under the code name Kumo, that replaces Live Search. Bing will supposedly make purchasing online easier, will be handier for finding medical information, and should facilitate travel arrangements. Besides searching, the engine retrieves and processes data, monitors history and displays it, and should be easier to read. Frankly, we were never all that fond of Microsoft Live Search so anything would be an improvement.

 

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Mind Camp 5.0 Sponsor: Live Search

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Sponsors,

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We want to thank Microsoft’s WIndows Live division for stepping up as one of our sponsors for Mind Camp 5.0:

Live Search, http://www.live.com, is one of the leading search engines on the web helping more than 185 million people each month quickly find, view, organize and preview search results. Microsoft is committed to delivering a better search experience and value for consumers and advertisers. With a simple, easy to use design and advanced tools, Live Search provides relevant search query results across entertainment, travel, news, shopping, local, and health categories.

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CES 2007 Video: A Look At Windows Live

At CES we caught up with Microsoft’s Marlowe Dayley to chat about the Windows Live group of services. We take a look at Windows Live across the board, focusing on Mail, Maps, Live Search. Ever wonder how they were able to capture all that 3D data for their maps? We find out in this episode.


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