T-Mobile Chooses Yahoo Over Google


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  1. phandroid

    phandroid Admin News Bot Recognized Contributor This Topic's Starter

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    In a surprising move, T-Mobile has chosen Yahoo’s OneSearch search engine on its phones according to a Yahoo executive. Considering the relationship between Google and T-Mobile with the launch of the G1 - the first ever Android phone - you would expect Google to have somewhat of an inside track on the deal. But as [...]

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  2. PhantomTrace

    PhantomTrace Well-Known Member

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    Phandroid stay posting the illy news
     
  3. Phases

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    Well, to be fair - Half of CNN's "Breaking News" headlines... all bold and surrounded in red at the top of their site.. are things like "Lindsay Lohan gets her nails done!", "Britney Spears shaves her head!" and "Why the hell is this breaking news!?"

    :p

    For serious.
     
  4. HTC

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    seriously. online blogs are the only way to get news these days. Newspaper/TV/Radio are the thing of the past. They should be phased out soon... just like good ol' vcrs.

    While we're on the topic. Heres what i think we should do:

    Newspapers should be replaced by e-ink style lcdscreens that should be given out by your local newspaper company that gets updated every 6am or so.

    tv's feed in through fiOS wirelessly capable of streaming at a steady 50mbps for hdtv.

    radios stream digitally for HD-quality songs. (wait a second, this one is done, people just need to get with it and buy HD-radio recievers)

    last but not least: eliminate the need for paper once and for all.
     

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