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Bing officially comes to iPhone, iOS

Chris Ziegler
June 7, 2010
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It had been rumored for a while, but now it's real: Microsoft's Bing is being added as an option to iOS' default search providers. Bing joins Yahoo and Google as Apple's two other bundled search engines -- and between the three, we imagine that comes close to wrapping 100 percent of your average user's daily generic web search habits. It's not often you see a Microsoft product headlining WWDC, so revel in the moment!


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