The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games officially take place in 2021 after being postponed for a year due to pandemic concerns (concerns still present even as the event takes place). As is often the case with the Olympics, many events are happening around the same time and news is pouring in at a rapid pace, making it difficult for some people to stay on top of the latest and most relevant developments. Bing’s new experiment wants to be a solution to this problem.
Microsoft Bing has implemented special Olympics-related features for searches around the Tokyo 2020 Games, so when you search for news regarding the event, you receive a large chunk of information detailing everything from the different athletes competing. and their number of medals at times of what events occur on what days. Want to know when the next round of men’s beach volleyball will be, or which Mongolian athlete has won the most medals? All of this information and more can be yours by simply typing anything related to the Olympics into the Bing search bar.
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The new Microsoft Bing experience also won’t end after the traditional Olympics are over. It will remain in place for all of these dates (July 23 to August 8) and will run for the duration of the Para-Athletics Games from August 23 to September 5. This new feature is available for Bing on desktop as well as for mobile. Microsoft is encouraging users to indicate if they like the new Olympics-themed feature, so be sure to give the company your opinion.