Microsoft Beefs Up Bing for an Attack on Social Search-ability

With the ink on Facebook's announcement of their new Graph Search capabilities still wet, Microsoft has announced that they two are making an investment into their social search integration by giving their search engine BING more Facebook related information by as much as five times more information about YOU. Sure this makes it easier for friends and family to help you pick a good place to eat, or choose which movie to see, all this based on things like your search decisions, shared links, comments, “liked” items and other such objects. BING will bring it all together and hopefully, make your life easier, perhaps a little less private, but no one seem to care much for that little constitutionally protected freedom these days. Read the entire article here.



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