Microsoft and Yahoo! have finalized the web search pact they announced to the world in July, a deal that would see Redmond's technology drive Yahoo!'s search engine. In announcing the deal, the two web giants had said that some details still needed to be worked out. Originally, they expected to finalize the deal in late October …
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Joint statement written by Microsoft, of course.
Pint 'cause why not?
So wait up
If the microsoft system is crap, does that mean my only realistic search option becomes Google?
Mine's a pint of Whitechapel.
No More Googling...
Yahoobing! All the way!
Sorry. This means no more Yahoo! for me!
I don't use Microsoft products. I don't support that overbearing anti-competitive company. Guess it's another source for weather, news, sports and finance. Never did use their email.
Overbearing.... don't you mean Google?
Google, the overbearing anti-competitive company who is shattering all records for achieving the status of evil empire? In a couple of more years you'll be wishing for the good old Microsoft days if there is no competition for Google.
My sentimets exactly
I always used Yahoo's search engine but now I suppose I'll have to start using Google's. And since I'll be using Google's search engine it will make sense to switch to Google's e-mail account.
As for Yahoo, I really hope they won't regret getting in bed with Microsoft.
Fail company A + Fail company B can only deliver more Fail...
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Google have just announced a deal between itself and Apple, whereby Apple will lie prostrate at the feet of Google and plead to be anal++ fuc+++.
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