Microsoft research team accidently reveals it new social search project which was first noticed by fusible.
Microsoft confirmed in a statement to Search Engine Land that Socl.com is “an internal design project from one of Microsoft’s research teams which was mistakenly published to the web.” Microsoft has since updated the socl.com site to reflect the mistake:
With this Microsoft is trying to give new social network to already messing networking sites, will it try to compete with Fb and G+?
They used the name Tulalip (pronounced Tuh'-lay-lup) is actually the name of an Indian tribe of about 4,000, where 2,500 members reside on a 22,000-acre Indian Reservation located north of Everett and the Snohomish River and west of Marysville, Washington. The only conceivable connection to Microsoft is that this location is not far from the Big M's Redmond, Washington headquarters.
There were also Facebook and Twitter sign-in buttons. In fact, the Twitter sign-in/authorization page confirmed further that Tulalip was an “experimental app” developed by Microsoft Research.
Will Microsoft leave the Bing and use the new search or make the new social network? But what the relation of it with the Facebook and other. Let watch what it do mean it says that as it is internal but many not beliving it this might be the another effort by Microsoft to get some share to beat Google dominance.