There are numerous places on the web where you can find election results, but there’s not just one place to get the complete and balanced picture. On Friday, Microsoft is announcing it has put together a solution to help get rid of the noise on the Internet while also giving you a place to get a “holistic and balanced view” of what’s happening in the world of politics: Bing Elections. This new site is powered by Bing search technology (naturally) and pulls content, data, and images from several political sources, including MSN, Politico, Real Clear Politics, The Cook Political Report, the Huffington Post, and the Associated Press. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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