Microsoft Bing team today announced an updated Bing Image search experience with many new features.  This new Image search user experience provides a foundation for Bing to better meet your needs. The new experience is visually rich and adapts based on user’s query, resolution and interaction. It looks great across devices, its touch friendly and is also extensible enough to support the direction Bing team is heading in. Following are the improvements that are coming as part of this release, Design: Now you’ll notice that image results will expand to the full width of your screen with exploration suggestions being placed dynamically according to your screen resolution. This means an uncluttered first page where images are the hero.   You’ll also notice that images have higher fidelity and are cropped and altered less to better inform your click. The experience is great with touch. On your Windows 8 device or iPad, try ...

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We already saw few reports that Microsoft is planning to release Windows RT without desktop experience. Today, another report from Myce.com claims the same that Microsoft will release Windows RT devices that only contain Metro user experience. If this happens to be true, then Microsoft may position Windows RT as a touch only OS targeted for tablets alone. The current desktop experience in Windows RT is confusing to average consumers. Even though it looks like any other Windows desktop, you can’t install any classic Windows apps other than Microsoft Office. Also, when this desktop-less Windows RT OS ships, the Office Gemini (touch based Office) will be available for the general public. What do you think of Microsoft’s decision to ship Windows RT without desktop experience? Source: Myce ...

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Microsoft today detailed the TV & entertainment capabilities of Xbox One. Since its announcement, Microsoft has been revealing the capabilities of Xbox One. So far, they detailed about the exclusive gaming content, Xbox LIVE multiplayer community and new features like Smart Match, Game DVR and Upload, etc,. Today, they detailed the whole Xbox One experience which combines gaming, TV & entertainment capabilities and the whole new dashboard experience. #1 – Unleashing the Power of Your Voice A simple voice command turns on your Xbox One, your TV, your set-top box and your AV system because Kinect for Xbox One is an Infra-Red blaster. And when you say “Xbox On,” your game is always ready to resume from wherever you left off. You can start playing your favorite game, find your favorite show, change channels, turn up the TV volume and more – with the sound of your voice, powered by ...

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