5 things you missed: Pinterest added to Bing searches and more
By Kelly Metz, Digital First Media
Posted: 10/02/2013 04:24:24 PM EDT
A journalist looks at US First Lady Michelle Obama's Pinterest. Some of those pins could appear on your Bing searches. (Getty Images)
Tech 5 things - 10/2
1. The newest feature when Bing searching? Popular pins in the feedBing has taken an interest in Pinterest. In fact, when searching for items using Bing's image search, a catalog of pins will also be included. You can also pin directly from the image search right to your own boards.While some may think this new feature is "noisy," Bing executives have said they are hoping to coax the Pinterest audience into using their search tool over the competition.Read more: Bing ...
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