Google And Verizon In Mobile Deal Talks

Posted by Thomas Xavier Gilberto | Saturday, August 23, 2008

Google and Verizon are reportedly in talks that may make Google the default search engine on Verizon deals. This is similar to the deal Google currently has with Sony Ericsson and Sprint networks. Revenue from ads displayed along with search results will be shared between both companies. Other companies like yahoo and MSN are not so prominent in the mobile search engine market. If the deal is successful Google will have secured a strong foothold in its campaign for dominance in the search engine market.