Thursday, May 13, 2021

Microsoft Renews Its Real-Time Search Vows with Twitter

ZDNet: Through a series of tweets, Microsoft’s Bing and Twitter hinted that the two companies have extended their agreement which allows the search engine real-time access to Twitter feeds. A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed, “We are pleased to announce that we are extending our collaboration with Twitter,” but added, “We are not sharing terms of the agreement.”

Real-time Twitter feeds are no longer searchable through Google, which this summer failed to reach an agreement with Twitter  to continue its access to the real-time feeds.

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