An article on Wall Street Journal informs that Comcast is unhappy about its search deal with Google. Comcast is thinking about switching to Microsoft. Comcast is the largest cable company and the largest broadband Internet service provider in the United States.
The article informs:
Comcast Corp. is negotiating to use Microsoft Corp.'s Internet search services on its broadband portal, a sign the cable titan isn't happy about its current search deal with Google Inc., according to people familiar with the matter.
Comcast, the country's largest cable operator, also has been talking to Google about extending their relationship. Currently, Google provides search results when users of the Comcast.net portal enter queries into the search box on the site. But Comcast thinks it should get a larger share of the revenue generated by the arrangement. It also is unhappy about other terms of the deal.