Microsoft Bing announced integration with Twitter back in 2009. When you search for popular brands and names in association with Twitter, you’ll see their latest Tweets come up in real time on Bing’s search results. For example, if you type “Bill Gates Twitter” or “Bill Tweets” as your search query, you’ll see some recent tweets from Bill in the search results. Over the years, Microsoft quietly dropped this feature and instead just provided a link to Twitter profile.
Search Engine Roundtable today noticed that Microsoft has once again started to integrate tweets into its search results. Bing has a new Twitter carousel box for displaying tweets which is similar to what Google has been providing in their search results experience for the past few months. You can try this feature by enabling the experiment.