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, markets.businessinsider.com The post Samsung May Make Bing Its Default Mobile Search Engine appeared first on Mason Pelt.Samsung May Make Bing Its Default Mobile Search Engine

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