Microsoft's Garage team has just released a new Android app called Picturesque. It's a lock screen app that brings you different featured Bing images daily and allows you to search Bing from your lock screen.
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During the keynote presentation at its developers conference, Apple has revealed that Google is to be dropped as the Internet search engine for Siri in the next release iOS 7, Bing will now be used instead. Are Apple making a mistake by switching to Microsoft's Bing?
Smartphones and tablets are more and more present in regular day-to-day activities, which means smart device owners are more likely to use them to perform several searches then to fire up a “regular” computer for the same purpose.
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We earlier learned that a few major companies are trying to reduce their dependence on Google for content and services. For example, Apple is ditching Google Maps on iOS 6. Amazon is also going for Nokia Maps instead of Google Maps in its new Kindle line. But in an even more drastic move, Amazon actually integrates Bing search instead of Google in the Kindle Fire HD.
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