Saturday, 24 December 2011

"Google" plans to pay almost a billion dollars to "Firefox" in the agreement of the Internet search

Company plans to "Google" pay almost a billion dollars to a company, "Mozilla", owner of the browser "Firefox" for three years to remain a "Google" search engine on the main browser is open source, according to what reported in the "Wall Street Journal."

According to the report, what you'll pay "Google" the equivalent of more than three times that paid by the Company in its agreement with the former "Firefox", which ended into effect by the end of November (November), and the form of more than 84% of revenue, "Mozilla".

The report said that "Microsoft" strongly tried to replace the "Google" on the browser "Firefox" as a search engine through a major research engine "ping", but "Google" has offered to pay a higher amount in the end.