Bing China

Microsoft's Bing beats Google to emoji search

Microsoft today added emoji support to Bing, allowing users to search using the characters and get back results based on their semantic meaning. The feature has been added to Bing search in all English markets, both on desktop and mobile.

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Google dumps porn from its ads

Despite being the go-to search engine for all kinds of sexual content, Google has decided to disallow sexually explicit material from ads created by the porn industry.

Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley

Microsoft is just the sugar mama Foursquare was looking for

An older, financially-secure power player shacking up with someone young, exciting, and looking for security — we’ve all heard that “love story.” Microsoft and Foursquare are putting a tech industry spin on this old tale by announcing a union of their own today.

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WWDC: The 6 things worth talking about

Since Apple talked about more than just a iOS redesign, I wanted to point out some other things they covered. Here are six things in the Apple announcement worth talking about: