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Bing falls in the rankings, is replaced by Russian search engine

Bing falls in the rankings, is replaced by Russian search engine

It's an embarrassing day for Bing, with the search engine officially falling in ranking under the apparently not-completely-obscure Russian search engine Yandex, which now holds steady as the fourth largest search engine in the world. This information comes from a ComScore report that shows Yandex as hitting a higher number of users per month in both November and December 2012 than Microsoft's offering.

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Bing makes it’s case for your one-stop Valentine’s Day resource

Bing makes it’s case for your one-stop Valentine’s Day resource

This week the folks at Microsoft have made it clear that they're aiming for Google's throat with a loving dose of all-out Valentine's Day coverage straight from Bing - full of love, of course! This coverage comes in the form of not just Windows Phone-centered functionality for all your Valentine's Day needs, but both the Bing mobile site and the Bing app as well. Once you've gone to m.bing.com or downloaded Bing from your smartphone or tablet's own app store, you'll be well on your way!

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Bing Tags get a boost, are now publicly displayed

Bing Tags get a boost, are now publicly displayed

Bing Tags is a simple, yet rather convenient method to tags friends in search, and starting today, the tags can now be made available to the Internet at large. Before being made publicly available, the tagged individual must approve the tag, at which point it will show up in search results. The system utilizes Facebook, but allows tagging on any search result for the public to see.

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg: Sluggish Google indexing drove us to Bing

Facebook’s Zuckerberg: Sluggish Google indexing drove us to Bing

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has blamed Google's reactiveness to privacy concerns for negotiations between the two companies breaking down, pushing the social site into the arms of Microsoft's rival Bing engine. "Microsoft was more willing to do things that were specific to Facebook" Zuckerberg said at the launch of Facebook Graph Search yesterday, the Guardian reports, citing the speed and willingness to remove personal content that had previously been public, but which Facebook users subsequently made private, as key to the deal.

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