Jul 13, 2010 8:17 pm by Kip Kniskern | Add comment
At a Bing Search Summit in San Francisco, Microsoft executives showed off in rapid style (with no video or pictures allowed) a bunch of stuff in the Bing pipeline, including
Microsoft is working on incorporating pictures and video into more types of searches; the company will add more gaming and entertainment-specific pages as well as potentially add some more data onto its home page, which is today dominated by a search bar and a background image.
In addition, after an introduction by Satya Nadella, where he admitted “(w)e are a low-share player”, Microsoft execs said they are working on a Bing app for Android phones, hot on the heels of the highly successful Bing for iPhone (of course Bing will be built in to Windows Phone 7 when it ships “this holiday season”), and “new mapping features and a new TV listings feature that is in testing and about to launch”, according to CNET
The summit is continuing and we’ll have more news as it filters out.