Apple diving into China with new stores, could add Baidu to iOS
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Apple diving into China with new stores, could add Baidu to iOS

Chengdu : China | Jun 07, 2012 at 4:12 PM PDT
Source: Venture Beat
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Apple is strengthening its push into the Chinese market, and with that may come the iOS integration of China's largest search engine Baidu...Currently, Apple supports both Bing and Google on its Safari mobile browser, though Google is the default search engine. FULL ARTICLE AT Venture Beat
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