Microsoft Europe poke fun on Google's background image feature

Microsoft Europe's communication team makes fun of Google's search page feature: ability to add background images. Google temporarily added a default background image to make more people aware of the new feature, which apparently prompted Microsoft Europe to tweeted: It's getting a heck of a lot of retweets, too.Telegraph found more tweets: - Ashley Highfield, […]

Microsoft Europe's communication team makes fun of Google's search page feature: ability to add background images. Google temporarily added a default background image to make more people aware of the new feature, which apparently prompted Microsoft Europe to tweeted:

It's getting a heck of a lot of retweets, too.

Telegraph found more tweets:
- Ashley Highfield, MD Microsoft UK Consumer & Online via @ashleyhi: "Imitation (however pale) is the sincerest form of flattery: a certain search engine put up the same pic (tulip fields) used on Bing long ago"
- Peter Bale, Executive Producer of MSN UK via @peterbale: "How intriguing to see friends at Google borrowing the Bing homepage #photography idea. http://google.co.uk http://bing.co.uk"

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