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September 17, 2013 at 6:00 AM

Bing gets new logo, page redesign

BingLogoMicrosoft has been pushing Bing heavily lately, from touting the more powerful search experience it provides in the upcoming Windows 8.1 to promoting it as a platform for developers.

Now, Bing is getting a new look too.

Microsoft is giving Bing a new logo and a page redesign.

The new logo, according to Microsoft, is designed to reflect “Bing’s increasingly important role as a service layer across Microsoft.”

The redesign includes a cleaner, two-column format; quick information in the second column that combines factual information as well as social media updates; and a feature the company is calling “Page Zero,” which pulls up relevant information as the user types, before a search results page comes up.

More information on the new-look Bing is here.

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