Mar 11 AT 2:45 AM Taylor Wimberly 10 Comments

Microsoft to power search on more Android phones

Reuters is reporting that Motorola has agreed to a deal with Microsoft that will put Bing search and mapping services on its future Android phones. Users will be able to perform Bing searches from a desktop widget and a browser bookmark. This is the second time this month Motorola has replaced Google as the default search engine of an Android phone. The AT&T Backflip features Yahoo search, which is now powered by Microsoft. Motorola’s new search deal with Microsoft goes into effect in the coming weeks with several new Android phones in China.

Source: Reuters

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