Microsoft has unveiled a series of new features for its Bing search engine, including enhanced music search. Users searching for artists will now be able to find lyrics, photos, videos and tour dates. What’s more, a partnership with Microsoft’s Zune division will let them stream songs from a five million-strong catalogue. Each user can stream individual tracks once in full, before they revert to 30-second preview clips. Bing is also serving up links to buy tracks from Zune, but also iTunes and Amazon MP3. Alongside the music changes, Microsoft has also improved Bing’s games, TV and movie search features.

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