All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘live.com’
What can you expect from Microsoft’s rebranded search engine? A new name, and not a whole lot else from the sound of it. As you’ve probably read by now, Kumo is the name that is most commonly associated with the search engine, though Microsoft has not officially named it.
If you’re a Firefox user that is also a fan of Microsoft’s Live Search, you will be happy to know that the Live Search add-on for Firefox has brought autosuggestions to the browser.
I’m sure you’re familiar with search suggestions. All the major search engines have them. You start typing and it gives you a list of possible queries.
Wonderful. Kudos to any company that wants its customers’ feedback and offers a participatory approach. So, here’s my feedback…
Microsoft added a LOT of whizbang features to its maps.live.com maps (3D, lots of photos, and such) but they didn’t focus on the basics.
Wow, that’s fast. There are a few teams pulling an all-nighter across the freeway from where I’m sitting right now (yeah, I’m still at the office at 1:46 a.m.) working on pushing up new code to Live.com and Richard MacManus already has a post about the changes.