Bing kid-friendly search now available in US grade schools

Thursday, April 24th, 2014
 
Microsoft has announced that its Bing school program, named Bing in the Classroom, has expanded its available to all grade schoools in the United States. The program ensures that elementary and middle school students would be able search the Internet safely and smartly. The move would also allow any school to fill out a form to remove online advertisements, receive daily lesson plans, and keep adult content filte
 

Yandex Overtakes Bing in Search Engine Race

Sunday, February 10th, 2013
 
Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, seems to be losing more love from the Internet public despite its hyped-up launch in 2009. It is not because Google continues to dominate the competition (actually, it still is), but the significant growth from search engines from other regions. China-based Baidu has been riding high for a long time and continues to chew on Google‘s Chinese market share despite its seco
 

Bing Ventures to Online Coupons

Friday, March 4th, 2011
 
Microsoft is riding the wave of online coupons as it partners with deal aggregator The Dealmap and incorporates discounted deals to its Bing search engine, both on its desktop and mobile versions. Bing’s new feature lets the search engine provide more than 200,000 coupons and offers from businesses in over 14,000 cities in United States. These deals come from various online coupon providers such as Groupon,
 

Bing Now Includes Facebook “Liked Results”

Friday, February 25th, 2011
 
While Google has its Twitter-integrated search results, Microsoft partners up with another hugely-popular social networking site for a more social-based Internet search. Users can now see Facebook “Liked Results” on Microsoft’s search engine Bing. “As people spend more time online and integrate their offline and online worlds, they will want their friends’ social activity and their s