Apple has integrated Microsoft's Bing search into some products that move search into the OS layer rather than from Web browsers. In addition, by creating extensions, something like Microsoft's Office Suite can tie in with much better integration across apps in iOS. Apple is also using Bing in lieu of Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) in a number of desktop functions.
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