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Google pays Apple $15 billion to remain the exclusive search engine on iPhones, iPads
A report claims that Google has to pay a whopping $15 billion to keep on being the default search engine on Apple’s most popular devices
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Apple could be working on its own search engine to replace Google
It seems that we may get a new search engine made by Apple, as the company may soon lose Google as the default search engine in its devices
Google estimated to be paying Samsung even more than Apple for search engine pre-loading
As the world’s number one smartphone vendor, Samsung is likely charging Google around $3.5 billion a year for search engine preinstallation.
Google pays billions a year to be the default iPhone search option
Financial firm Bernstein estimates that this year’s total will be $3 billion, based on multiple financial line items on Google’s and Apple’s sheets.
You can switch up Microsoft Edge’s search engines on Windows 10 Mobile soon
Microsoft is clingy. It’s implanted Internet Explorer as your default web browser for…