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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Bing Search Results Adds Facebook Likes

Written on February 26, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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Very similar to Google’s social search upgrade last week, Bing has further integrated Facebook likes into search results. But instead of showing the Facebook likes at the bottom, it appears on top of the page.

Just like what Google did with their search engine upgrade last week, Microsoft’s Bing also integrated Facebook likes on their search results. But instead of appearing at the bottom of the page, the Facebook likes appear on top of the search results. And this is the giant hole that Bing has decided to go and flaunt.

Though Google can also sport data from Twitter, Flickr, Blogger and other “lesser” social media networks, Bing was able to put Facebook data on its rightful place. This also goes with Faceboook’s deepening search results by adding categories.

It looks like Microsoft and Facebook are really working together to give the search engine giant a run for its search money, isn’t it?

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