4FourTwo – Bing Ads is the future for search.
The search giant is launching a new service, Bing News, that will allow advertisers to target ads to their audiences.
Bing News has been around for a while, but the launch of the new service comes after Google launched its own competitor, Google News for Business.
With the new feature, users can easily target ads from Google News directly to their own devices.
The new service will also be available to search engine users who are already subscribed to Bing Ads, and it will be available on other devices as well.
For now, Bing users will be able to use Bing News on Android, iOS and Windows 10 devices.
Users can also use Bing Ads to target their own ads to other devices, but not to other search engines.
The Bing News for business option is the same for the ad-targeting options.
As with the other options, users will need to opt-in to the service.
The full list of available options are: Android: Bing News For Business (beta) – Requires Google Chrome browser and AdSense Android : Bing News (beta), Bing Ads (beta, and Google AdSense Pro) – Required Google Chrome, AdSense and AdMob for Bing Ads iOS: Bing Ads for Business – Required AdSense, AdMob and Google Chrome for Bing News – Required for AdSense Mobile.
Chrome OS: Bing Advertising for Business (Beta) – Optional for Google Chrome and Google Mobile Chrome.
Windows 10: Bing AdMob AdMob Ads (Beta)- Optional for AdMob Mobile and Google Desktop.
Bing Ads has been the leader in the advertising space for a few years, but it’s unclear if Google is ready to replace it with Bing News.
The news service has a number of competitors, including Google News and Google Search, which are both on Windows.