Through an exclusive partnership with Twitter, Bing is rolling out a fast and intuitive way to discover tweets directly in its search results. Now when you search for a trending hashtag, Bing will show the most relevant tweets directly in the search results.
And to help you keep up with your favorite celebrities, Bing can distinguish between those famous folks’ official Twitter accounts and fakers. As you can see in the image above, just typing in “@ap” yields @aplusk as the official handle for Ashton Kutcher, who has more than 16 million followers. Clicking on the main result reveals top tweets about Kutcher, as well as news relevant to him.
Also, you can find top tweets associated with any hashtag at the top of the results page.
Read more about finding tweets on Bing on Bing Blogs.
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