Mozilla and Yahoo strike deal to ‘replace’ Google
Mozilla replaces Google as default search engine with Yahoo
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A report has said that Mozilla is replacing Google as the default search engine with Yahoo for users in the United States.
In a statement, Mozilla and Yahoo said that they had sealed a five-year partnership that will provide a “framework” for other possible integrations and deals.
The move follows tensions between Mozilla and Google with the search giant’s Chrome browser stealing away Firefox’s market share for years.