Microsoft has signed an agreement with Research in Motion (RIM), the Canadian manufacturer of mobile device BlackBerry , the BlackBerry to make available on its search engine Live Search.
" Live Search for BlackBerry "in the beta version is available for download.
It will simply connect to the site wls.live.com through the browser and download the BlackBerry.
With this agreement, Microsoft tries to counter the dominance of Google in mobile search. Mobile search in which Microsoft is far behind not only Google but also Yahoo. Google and Yahoo together manage 80% of mobile search, leaving the crumbs to Microsoft.
AT & T has recently reached an agreement with Yahoo to use their mobile devices on the search engine Yahoo.