Earlier this week, we discovered that Yahoo would be the default search engine on AT&T's first Android handset, the Motorola Backflip. That's a first as far as I know, an Android device that doesn't present Google as the featured search engine.
However, in the bad-news column for Yahoo, according to PaidContent, T-Mobile has now swapped it for Google as the default search engine on the T-Mobile portal. However it's no longer clear how valuable these portal deals are, as the market shifts to smartphones. Most of the mobile internet activity takes place on smartphones, though not entirely [...]
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