The tale of Juan Carlos, Filomena, and the Mysterious Stranger continues—this time, with an added twist. Will Juan Carlos ever escape the clutches of “Los Links?” Or is he doomed to live a life without Bing?
While Juan Carlos struggles with being lost in the links, a mysterious stranger with Bing takes Filomena to a hot movie.
If you couldn't get enough of Los Links Episode Uno, here's an extended version with more passion, more drama, and more mustaches. While Juan Carlos struggles with being lost in the links, a mysterious stranger with Bing takes Filomena to a hot movie.
Intrigued by the image and tid bit on the Bing homepage, a man decides on his adventure to meet an aggressive octopus.
Inspired by an image on the Bing homepage, a man decides how to plan his trip to New York City, from finding a great priced flight to where to go and where to eat in the city. How do you explore your world with Bing?
If finding answers in the real-world resulted in the same kind of unrelated and overwhelming information that most search engines provide you with, something as simple as planning your weekend would be way too much to handle. The decision engine, Bing, is here to prevent search overload syndrome and make sure that you find exactly what you're looking for.
Mark Ruffalo joins Bing’s Decision Maker Speaker Series at Sundance to talk about his new film “Sympathy for Delicious,” and fills us in on the unique way in which the film was funded.
Sundance super-fan “Skippy” explains the difference between “stalking” and “a hobby,” and how he decides which celebrity pictures he'll show off to his dates and put on his website.
Mark Ruffalo, director of “Sympathy for Delicious,” talks about his decision to use rock and roll in his film-- and his decision to make Orlando Bloom take his shirt off.
Star of the new film “The Romantics,” Rebecca Lawrence, explains that being in two films at Sundance is something that everyone should be lucky enough to do—and decides to hit the hot tub with her cast mates a little later.