A lot of companies face roadblocks and obstacles from the Chinese government. Microsoft is no exception.
Bing has added a lineup of new travel-focused features that'll help you with everything from hotel booking to figuring out your trip's itinerary.
UWP developer Luke Blevins tried using Bing for two years straight. Via a lengthy Twitter thread, he shared how he felt the search engine improved over that time.
Microsoft recently rolled out a new travel experience within the Bing search engine. The new Travel Guide includes suggested destinations, ways to book flights, and ways to save money.
Microsoft announced a new integration with Shopify that will bring millions of listings to Edge, Bing, and Microsoft Start. Google announced a similar partnership with Shopify earlier this year.
Alphabet Inc. is attempting to fend off an EU antitrust fine and to do so, it's pointing out that it doesn't compel users to Google. Rather, it argues, users seek out Google on their own.
Bing wants to help you stay informed on the latest Olympic Games developments. To do so, it's introduced a new experience that puts all the biggest news front and center in searches.
It appears that Microsoft Bing is not letting anyone see the iconic 'Tank Man' image on the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. Is this move intentional, or some sort of massive error?
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