Microsoft Corp. is testing a way to display some search results as visual galleries of moveable images instead of text links, part of its ongoing attempt to differentiate its Bing search engine from Google, reports the Associated Press. Bing's new visual search page ( lets people flip through pictures to track down where and when a movie is playing, read up on world leaders and U.S. politicians, or shop for items such as digital cameras, among other activities. Microsoft used Silverlight, its technology for making sophisticated web sites with lots of content and moving parts, to build the visual...

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