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Thursday, 11 April 2013 07:56

Apple teams up with Yahoo to kill Google

Written by Nick Farrell



Yeah that will work

Apple is involved with a conspiracy with Yahoo to beat up Google.

Apparently Jobs’ Mob hates Google so much that it is prepared to work with anyone who will miff the search giant. Yahoo, is desperate for attention. This week Apple announced that it is trying to figure out how "Yahoo's services can play a prominent role on Apple's iPhone and iPad".

Of course this should be a doddle to do and data from Yahoo Finance and weather already pops up on the iPhone. But Apple wants to use Yahoo's content from Yahoo Sports, Yahoo News and other Yahoo websites through Siri.

The WSJ says Yahoo has also "contemplated ways" to replace Google as the search engine for iOS but the idea "remains a long shot" because of Yahoo's partnership with Microsoft’s Bing.

Nick Farrell

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