WORKING TOGETHER: Microsoft online services division president Qi Lu (left) and Zuckerberg talking about the two company's search collaborations at the Galileo Auditorium on Microsoft's campus in Mountain View. - AP
SEATTLE: Microsoft Corp is starting to incorporate what your friends do on Facebook right into its Bing search engine. The software maker has a new feature that can show what someone's Facebook friends "like" on the search results page.
On Facebook and sites around the Web, people can click a "like" button to show support or share information with Facebook friends.
In the coming weeks, if you use Bing to search for a topic in the news, articles that friends have shared on Facebook might appear, along with their names and Facebook profile photos. Restaurants and movies that friends have "liked" could help you decide what to do on your next date.