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Microsoft Bing Gets Top Pre-Rendering Search Feature for IE11 Users

Microsoft Bing gets faster background rendered pages which are currently available for Internet Explorer 11 users only. This is the giant firm’s way of tweaking its search engine for its clientele.

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Microsoft Bing Gets Top Pre-Rendering Search Feature for IE11 Users

Microsoft knows how to keep its valued customers happy. That is why it has brought about certain changes in its Bing search engine especially when it is linked with Explorer 11. This occurs in a similar manner to how Google does its magic via Chrome. The search engine begins the process of accessing the top search results before you can think of why you entered the required data into the search slot. 

The answers come instantaneously. This scheme is set in such a way that it operates without loss of battery life in case of mobile devices. The fact that the search margin has been narrowed is positively good news for those who use the search facility on a regular basis. 

Instantaneous results appearing in the background is where technology meets magic. There are primary, secondary and tertiary result pages that appear once you give the command to search the query. And the choice of which one of the three result pages to click on lies with the person doing the search. Here we see the marvels of high tech technology. Its wish-granting abilities are so widespread that they almost make real things surreal. 

All borders and boundaries melt away in the face of the onslaught offered by cutting edge technology and its spinoffs. And with Bing getting even bigger than before, Microsoft has a tool in its arsenal that will prove highly beneficial in the long run.

Source: Bing Search Blog

 

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Online advertising: Using competitors' brand name as a keyword can backfire

Source: Science Daily

Buying keywords of a popular competitors' brand names on search engines such as Google and Bing can backfire according to a new study. Firms often buy brand names of better-known rivals' to reach buyers looking for rivals' products or to be seen in the company of more popular companies. However, contrary to common belief, when an inferior brand's ad is seen next to a superior brand's web links, a large difference in reputation is further magnified in the minds of c ...
Source: Science Daily   Full article at: Science Daily Jul 14 2014, 12:39pm CDT
 


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Microsoft Bing Maps 3D (Virtual Earth 3D) 4.0.1003.8008 (Ad-supported)

Source: Softpedia

Add realistic 3D capabilities to your online live maps in order to be able to easily locate, explore and manage data in an innovat ...
Source: Softpedia   Full article at: Softpedia Jul 11 2014, 1:26am CDT
 

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Cuba Gooding, Jr. is (probably) drunk at the NHL Awards

Source: SBNation

And it was the best part of the NHL Awards. It's a sacred date on the holiday for literally dozens of Americans: the NHL Awards show, when we find out who wins the Selke and Vezina and Lady Bing and other trophies you may or may not have heard of. It's an event that could use a little bit of excitement, and this year, that excitement came in the form of Cuba Gooding, Jr. being, well, a tad strangely behaved. Here's Cuba telling Mark Me ...
Source: SBNation   Full article at: SBNation Jun 24 2014, 7:41pm CDT
 

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L.A. Film Fest: Papa Vinyard sees THE BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALL and LAND HO!

Source: Latino Review

Papa Vinyard reviews THE BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALL and LAND HO! out of the L.A. Film Fest.Read the full article on AICN BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALLRight off the bat (no pun intended), let me just say I'm not a big baseball (or sports) guy. I played Little League as a babe, but my view of the plate was always from either left field or the bench because I was last on the roster. Living around New York, I enjoyed my fair share of Mets and Yankees games over the years, but ...
Source: Latino Review  Full article at: Latino Review Jun 18 2014, 4:25am CDT
 

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L.A. Film Fest: Papa Vinyard sees THE BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALL and LAND HO!

Source: aintitcool

Papa Vinyard reviews THE BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALL and LAND HO! out of the L.A. Film Fest. Read the full article on AICN BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALL Right off the bat (no pun intended), let me just say I'm not a big baseball (or sports) guy. I played Little League as a babe, but my view of the plate was always from either left field or the bench because I was last on the roster. Liv ...
Source: aintitcool   Full article at: aintitcool Jun 18 2014, 4:20am CDT
 

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Microsoft: Google Docs provides a "suboptimal experience"

Source: Neowin

In a blog post describing the advantages of Office for collaboration across devices, Microsoft has described Google's rival productivity apps as providing a "suboptimal experience" ...
Source: Neowin   Full article at: Neowin Jun 13 2014, 9:30am CDT
 

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7 Ways That SEO Is Uniquely Important For Entrepreneurs

Source: Forbes Real Time

Although nothing can compete with having a compelling product or service that’s a true game-changer, there are certain marketing tactics that can make a distinctive difference for entrepreneurs. Search engine optimization (SEO) is equally important for startups as well as established firms. ...
Source: Forbes Real Time   Full article at: Forbes Real Time Jun 4 2014, 8:00am CDT
 

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Tiananmen Square Anniversary: The Chinese Government Got Wise To The Social Media Memes

Source: The Huffington Post: UK Edition

It's that time of year when China's censors heave on their marigolds and bring out the brillo to scrub the Chinese internet of any mention of Tiananmen Square. But on Wednesday, the world is marking a quarter of a century since the massacre of students in the Beijing Square, and to keep the Chinese internet silent, the censors have brought out the industrial-strength bleach. The censorship on social m ...
Source: The Huffington Post: UK Edition   Full article at: The Huffington Post: UK Edition Jun 3 2014, 11:25am CDT
 

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