Just three extensions are officially available for Windows Insiders on the latest Redstone builds - but Microsoft said today that it aims to offer more extensions in its next Windows 10 preview.
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Bing's Image Search now features a subtle redesign that offers quite a few improvements, showing Microsoft's continued commitment to bringing relevant and high quality search results to its users.
A quite surprising report by Global Web Index dictates that Tumblr is now the fastest growing social platform. Other social networks like Facebook are currently facing strong competition.
Content discovery and curation platform Pinterest has finally launched on Windows Phone (available for WP8 and WP8.1 devices only) - although the app will initially be available only as a beta.
A weakness in the Pinterest social network made it possible for someone to modify a URL and view the email address associated with any account, within minutes. Pinterest claims this to be fixed.
Microsoft has revealed one of its many "experiments" that its Bing team are working on with Bing Boards, a new community driven service that looks on the surface much like Pinterest.
Microsoft has announced that it has added a new feature to its Bing search service that lets Pinterest users pin any images found on Bing to their Pinterest boards.
A growing number of users are growing unsatisfied with Facebook, so we compare other social networking features and aesthetics to justify exactly why this discontent is happening all of a sudden.
Heavy storms in north Virginia have knocked out power and disrupted access to Amazon's cloud. Is the cloud concept so unstable that a single storm can knock out access to Netflix, Instagram, and more?
Security experts have noticed that email, once the favored method for spammers to get their links to unsuspecting users, is being usurped by social networks, which can be more effective for spammers.
After usage slowed slightly in March, Pinterest has begun to lose users during April. The decline in users is large, as a third-party monitor observes.
A rising star in social media, Pinterest, has become the third most popular social network in the United States, after Facebook and Twitter.
Microsoft has teamed up with Pinterest to launch a new Easter-based contest that will give out several Microsoft Hardware devices as prizes, including a Artist Edition mouse, an HD webcam and more.