Here’s the feature Microsoft is currently testing in Bing

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Microsoft is currently testing out a new feature in Bing dubbed more on this topic from. The feature is placed below the search results and comes with a button that you can use to pause/play the list of news sites logos running across. Users can click on either one of the logos displayed to check out more news updates from a specific publication.

Here’s a glimpse of how it works:

In other Bing related news, it is also set to get an AI image generator which will allow users to convert text into digital art. All the user has to do is type in the image description then the Image Creator powered by DALL-E 2 image generator technology and developed by OpenAI does the rest. Once the image is created, the user can access it via the Bing Images tab, followed by clicking on the Image Creator icon in the sidebar in Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft will gradually roll out this feature first to a controlled audience, while making some tweaks to it alongside OpenAI with the aim of enhancing its user experience before releasing it to a broader audience. And finally, Microsoft recently launched a new feature that lets users launch Xbox cloud games directly from the browser when using the Bing search engine.

Via: Search Engine Roundtable, Search Engine Journal