Motorola will use Bing on Android phones in China

Motorola inked an agreement with Microsoft to deploy the software giant's Bing search and mapping services across Motorola's Android-powered smartphones for the Chinese market, eschewing Android creator Google's own mobile offerings in the process. The move follows in the wake of a censorship dispute between Google and Chinese officials, an issue that could prompt Google to withdraw its services from the country. Article

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