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T-Mobile Trades In Yahoo for Google

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bluecoyote

Mar 5, 2010, 8:20 PM

APPLE =EVIL

They likely did this because Apple is going to SUE GOOGLE. Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad
Do you think they patented that too?
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What are you talking about? AT&T has a known partnership with Yahoo. Yahoo runs all AT&T customer email addresses. the www.att.net address is Yahoo's main page but labelled for at&t's customers.

If you knew anything dealing with what you are talki...
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Jayshmay

Mar 5, 2010, 6:31 PM

Carriers shouldn't be making these kinds of desicions!!!!

What search engine to use should be the decision of the consumer not the carrier. I swear the only thing carriers need to do is put up cell towers, and bud out of EVERYTHING else!!!!!!!
Seconded.

I am paying the same monthly bill as I did before T-Mobile started taking bribes to hijack my phone's browser. Where is my cut?
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I agree. Carriers should allow you to set your own home page to whatever page you want.

I can understand if the default homepage on a phone's browser is either a certain search engine or the carrier's website, but that should always be editable by ...
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island-guy

Mar 6, 2010, 5:44 PM

G-Mobile

I wouldn't be surprised if Google ends up buying T-Mobile. They are pushing hard to provide free high speed across the nation, out of their pockets by the way, so whatever's lacking in coverage with their cell network can be compensated for.
Yean

Mar 6, 2010, 10:36 AM

Welcome to Google World Order

Google will soon change the way we use the web. From mobile devices and computers. Google IS the future. Creating their on DNS, Fiber for Communities, and their own SDPY protocol.
 
 
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