Microsoft and RIM to announce search deal

Microsoft and Research In Motion are expected to announce a partnership that will make it easier for BlackBerry users to reach Microsoft's search engine, according to a source familiar with the companies' plans.As part of the deal, BlackBerry users will have the option to use Microsoft Live Search as their search engine of choice within the […]

Microsoft and Research In Motion are expected to announce a partnership that will make it easier for BlackBerry users to reach Microsoft's search engine, according to a source familiar with the companies' plans.

As part of the deal, BlackBerry users will have the option to use Microsoft Live Search as their search engine of choice within the device's browser. Also, Microsoft's Live Search will be an option from within RIM's mobile portal.

Microsoft announced a deal with RIM back in May to get its Windows Live Messenger and Windows Live Hotmail onto the BlackBerry.

Source:→ CNET

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