An Apple Default Leads Google To $1B Annually

ZDNet, Monday, February 11, 2013 10:50 AM
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Would Google pay Apple as much as $1 billion annually to remain the default search engine on Apple mobile devices? An analyst suggests that amount could rise during the next three years. That shouldn't come as a surprise. Google pays about $300 million annually to include the search engine on Mozilla Firefox's home screen, according to ZDNet.

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