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Microsoft has announced it has launched a beta version of its msnNOW sidebar for users of Mozilla's Firefox web browser, allowing Firefox to show what's currently trending on Microsoft's media site.
Microsoft has just launched a new section of its MSN.com web site called msnNOW. The site is based solely on stories that are currently trending on services like Twitter, Facebook, Bing and more.