In what's arguably a shot across Google's (GOOG) bow, Samsung (SSNLF.PK) is partnering with...
In what's arguably a shot across Google's (GOOG) bow, Samsung (SSNLF.PK) is partnering with Mozilla on a new browser engine called Servo. Google is the default search engine for Mozilla Firefox, but at the cost of sizable traffic acquisition payments (something unneeded for Chrome and the stock Android browser). Google is already reportedly concerned Samsung will demand higher search revenue-sharing payments for traffic coming from its Android hardware, but Samsung's dependence on Google apps and services limits its leverage for now.
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