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Microsoft chronicles the history of the company's search engine and the changes that occurred in those five years—from advanced intelligence to machine learning.
The move complies with an EU court ruling that Google and other search firms have a process for people to request the removal of objectionable online content.
Taking a page out of the Google playbook, Microsoft lures OEMs with a free version of Windows that defaults to the Bing search engine, helping them build lower-cost Windows devices.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, will be one of the guest speakers at the annual DoubleClick event on June 4, which will explore the future of digital advertising.
EXCLUSIVE: Cerf on the IoT: "I am very worried about the [future] headline that says: 'One Hundred Million Refrigerators Attack Bank of America.'"
Making the jump from Word Online, Tell Me now helps Excel and PowerPoint Online users find what they need using plain language.
Allowing people to seek removal of online personal information in search is the beginning of a slippery slope, several industry analysts told eWEEK.
The decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union means that Google may have to remove old or offensive information in searches about individuals under some conditions.
Two years ago its case seemed dead in the water, but Oracle now can pursue its high-profile copyright suit against Google over Android's use of Java.