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Windows 7: Apple and Microsoft teaming up to take on google?

20 Jan 2010   #1
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Apple and Microsoft teaming up to take on google?

According to BusinessWeek, Apple and Microsoft may be in talks to defenestrate Google as the iPhone's default search engine, in favor of Bing. This Apple-Google battle for the mobile throne is getting heated.

Apple, Microsoft in Cahoots: Bing to Replace Google as Default iPhone Search Engine? - Iphone bing - Gizmodo


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