I don't see what is "broken". What are you refering to as broken?
For some reason, bing.com thought I was using Metro IE (or IE 10 Preview on Win 7). I was actually using IE9 on Win 7. The main page was static (just an image of a frog), and when I did a search, the results came back on a Metro-looking page with a back button that didn't work and the Bing logo linking to a page that just rendered all-text gibberish.
Since it worked fine from Chrome, I figured it was a cookie issue. So I deleted the bing.com cookie in IE9, and now I see the frog video, and the results page looks normally.
I see it now, just set myself to U.S. English...I wasn't going to .ca, I was going to .com. Not sure why the animation would be based on your country preference...
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