Bing offers more entertainment choices plus free music streaming

The Bing team will be releasing an update later today integrating more entertainment query choices for users, including music, gaming, TV and movies.

Music
Bing Music will receiving a massive update with their partnership with Zune to include free music streaming from over 5 million songs. Bing and Zune will offers users the full-length track to stream for free once, and after a 30 second preview of the song, from their library of music. After listening, you can purchase and download from Zune marketplace, iTunes and Amazon.com MP3.

With over 70 million people searching for song lyrics online, Bing has made it easier to find lyrics for your favourite tracks, without visiting untrusted websites.

Gaming
Bing also does Gaming. Not only can you find cheats and walkthroughs for over 35,000 of your favourite games, but Bing has teamed up with some major online gaming websites to offer you the best search results for reviews, previews and much more. Microsoft Games is offering just under 100 of the most popular online games to play for free, without visiting harmful websites. Bing has even included social features, so you can invite friends and share what you're doing.

Television
If you like watching your favourite shows online, Bing might have a solution for you. Bing makes it easier for you to search, find and watch full-length episodes from over 1500 shows, including lots of HD content. There will also be guide information for your area, so you never miss what's on and can set your DVR or plan your evening infront of the TV.

Movies
Entertainment wouldn't be complete without local movie information. Bing will help you search for your closest theater, showtimes and reviews from professional movie critic and social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Bing will offer even more information, including directions and local restaurants, provided by Bing Maps.

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