Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Google and Mozilla Sign New Firefox Search Deal

Google and Mozilla have signed a new search deal.

The new deal extends Google and Mozilla's search relationship for another three years. Firefox will continue to use Google as the default search engine.

This deal in the past has earned over 84% of Mozilla's profits. That's $103 million out of $123 million.

News in the past questioned if the contract would be renewed. Some thought the contract wouldn't be renewed because of Google Chrome. Since it has, Mozilla is in good hands for the next three years.

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