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Rumor: Google As The iPhone's Default Search Engine: $100 Million/Year

February 12, 2010

We heard before about Apple getting kickbacks from Google for letting them be the iPhone's default search engine. The juicy question here is however: how much is such a (priceless) deal worth?

Well, according to Business Insider's sources, it's about a $100 million per year.

While this doesn't tell us if the spot is up for sale, or if Microsoft would be ready to match that number, we see once again that, everything has its price.

[via Gizmodo]

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