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T-Mobile USA drops Yahoo search in favor of Google

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Bellevue, Wash.—Cellular communications provider T-Mobile USA has dropped Yahoo as its exclusive mobile search engine after a little more than a year, replacing it with Google.

While Google will be T-Mobile USA’s default search engine on BlackBerry devices and phones running the Windows Mobile operating system, users can switch back to Yahoo if they wish. Yahoo continues to work for T-Mobile International in Europe and more than 80 other carriers.

Earlier this month AT&T picked Yahoo as the default search engine for its new Android-based Moto Backflip smart phone.

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