In an announcement made by Bing, the Bing Entity Search API has been made available to US based users, as well as Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom regions.
With the Bing Entity Search API, developers and creators can programmatically pull in Bing Knowledge Graph structured data on topics, like people, places, things, and local businesses into their platforms and tools, which is similar to Google’s Knowledge Graph Search API. Users can use it on programs, such as mobile or web applications, blogs, or websites. If you want to preview the output from the API, you can go over here by entering a query into the search box.
This information comes from the Bing Knowledge Graph. Currently, it is used in Microsoft products, like Bing.com, Cortana, Xbox, Office, Skype, among others.
The normal price for this product is $3 per 1,000 transactions. You can get 100 transactions per second through the API.
You can start experimenting with this API here.