: Microsoft’s Social Network

Posted: May 25, 2012 in Facebook, News, Techopedia
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Finally the OS giant now enters in the social networking arena. The, Microsoft;s Social network is now open for general public, which lets them to share and comment on the cool and interesting search results and also allows them to connect with the like minded people.Earlier the service was restricted to schools and universities in US only and now Microsoft is targeting more audience with this service.

The service integrates with Facebook, which allows it users to use their Facebook account  to use this service. The user activity on will be posted on Facebook if the option is activated by the user.

Microsoft revealed that the Fuse Lab product is a research project which is focused on future of social networking.

The users are allowed to make content pages using the bing search capabilities which they can share with others. Users then identify people with same interest and take part in collaborated video watching. In this video party they can even take comment on videos using the chat feature in the site.

This is just the beginning of the, Lets see where it goes.


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