RIM-Microsoft to Fight Google, Yahoo in Mobile Search?

Sadighi, Lalee
September 2008
Red Herring;9/11/2008, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the partnership of Microsoft and Research in Motion (RIM) for the integration of the software maker's Live Search capabilities into BlackBerry handsets. Under the agreement, RIM users are allowed to employ Microsoft Live search as Microsoft's search engine of choice and provide access of Live Search on Mobile.BlackBerry.com. Microsoft, on the other hand, will have access to 16 million smartphone subscribers.


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