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Instagram introduced a feature that would allow users to hashtag their photos with emoji. But, it looks like Instagram has banned one perverse emoji making it unsearchable.
Bing has announced a new feature that allows you to search with emojis. The feature, which is now live for English speaking markets, lets you find content by simply typing in the emoji.
Microsoft has upgraded the recommendation system of its keyboard to include emoji support. The recommendations are based on the context of what's being typed, sometimes surprisingly well.
Facebook has launched new stickers for users of the Facebook Messenger app which now features more gestures based on the "Like" sticker in addition to the emoji that was launched earlier.
A bunch of new emoji have been discovered in the upcoming iOS 6, and two of the new Japanese chat icons depict gay and lesbian couples.
Did you know that Windows Phone supports many more emoticons than just the ones you see on the keyboard? Last week, we revealed dozens of these 'hidden' icons, and today, we've got 40 more to share.
The Mango update brought a new look for Windows Phone's emoticons - but did you know that many more emoticons are supported in Windows Phone than just those that appear on the keyboard menu? :-D