Firefox And Bing Partnering Up With Search Deal

Friday, October 28th, 2011
It seems that Microsoft Bing may be getting a formidable partner in its aim to shave up Google’s huge market share in online search. It has come up with a new search deal with Mozilla Firefox. The deal was briefly announced in Bing’s Blog. While Bing Search already has a search deal with Mozilla by integrating its search engine on the Firefox browser along with other competing search engines like Googl

Bing Launches Airport Maps

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Bing, Microsoft’s online search engine service, has recently announced that it is launching airport maps. This feature will be integrated into Bing Search and will provide Bing users with information and maps of the major airports across the US. Bing will initially provide information to 42 major airports and plans to add maps of additional airports over time. The most important aspect of this new Bing Searc

Microsoft Bing Partners Up With Baidu For Online Search In China

Friday, July 8th, 2011
Microsoft Bing is partnering up with Chinese online search engine Baidu in order to gain entry into the vast Chinese online market. Baidu, China’s largest search engine in terms of revenue, is getting into agreement with Microsoft for displaying English language search results on its page being powered by Bing. This partnership may give Microsoft the opportunity to offer its Bing search engine to millions an

Bing Search Inching Up On Yahoo

Friday, December 17th, 2010
It is no secret that online search has long been dominated by search giant Google. With a market share of more than half of all online searches, runners-up Yahoo and Bing may still have a long way to go to catch up with Google. But for both popular search engines, there is quite a competition going on recently. Bing Search is slowly catching up to whatever market lead Yahoo holds on online search. Recent figures

Microsoft’s Bing Enjoys 7 Percent Increase In Search Share For June

Friday, July 9th, 2010
Microsoft seems to be going into a series of unfortunate events recently. The software giant recently saw its Microsoft Kin smart phone going down the road of obscurity by announcing its discontinuation. Even their tablet concept, the so-called Courier project, was shelved in the light of the iPad launch. The company may even have been hounded by so-called news or rumors of mass layoffs that turned out to be quite