Having launched a number of new features recently, Bing has just released it’s latest – an event planning feature – according to an article published by TopNews New Zealand.

Named “Bing Events”, the feature has been created specifically to aid users in planning nights out. It will provide a whole host of useful information about events, restaurants and parking, in a timetable format.

Information will be drawn from various sources to cover as many as 10,000 venues spread across locations in the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, the Microsoft owned search engine has also announced that it will be encompassing moving images on its homepage.

The move is seen as a bid to compete with Google – the most popular platform for search engine marketing – and their hugely popular doodles, that change on a daily basis – often marking a significant event or past landmark.

Google currently have a huge advantage over Bing in the search market, possessing a 65 per cent share of the global market.

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