Samsung May Make Bing Its Default Mobile Search Engine

Being the default search engine is a big deal for Google. The company spends billions of dollars to be the default search engine on devices like the iPhone. In 2017 Google reportedly paid Samsung $3.5 billion in fees to be the default search engine on Samsung mobile phones. It’s almost to the point of being an anti-trust issue.

Anyway that may change soon. In a case of the headline is most of the story, here’s Markets Insider.

Alphabet loses $55 billion in market value after Samsung reportedly considers replacing Google with Bing in its phones

Alphabet stock slid as much as 4% on Monday, erasing about $55 billion in market value after a report from The New York Times suggested that competition is heating up in the mobile search market.
Matthew Fox, April 17, 2023,
RELATED  In A Decade, Devices of Twenty Years Ago Will Be The Hot New Gadgets

This microblog exists, because social networks and other bookmarking tools have far too much control over the internet. You can follow these shorter notes updates using any of the following. Be warned RSS is the only tool that cannot be taken away at the whim of a company.

Flipboard — Google News — RSS

Recent Notes