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Microsoft 'Bings' Android Devices on All Carriers

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Nov 11, 2010, 6:27 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Microsoft has made its Bing search application available to Android handsets on all the wireless networks in the U.S. via the Android Market. It was previously available only to Verizon's Android handsets. Bing offers image of the day; news, business and image search; info on flights, movies, and more. The application is free.

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Nov 12, 2010, 1:26 AM

Gag me!

I cant believe anyone would ever get bing on purpose. It took me a lot of work to get that crap off my fascinate.
some1 said:
I cant believe anyone would ever get bing on purpose.

That's why it was on your fascinate.
I really really don't like Bing at all; Vz pushed it out to BB's long ago, I hid the icon.
It is very difficult to use on my Storm 1 for some reason but even on line I avoid it. Just saying.

Nov 12, 2010, 3:55 PM

where is the gps navagation??

gps turn by turn navigation is missing!
I don't think it has it. I checked and it has directions.

Still I'm sticking with Google Navigation.
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