“DuckDuck Don’t Go”, Search engines are the ship’s captain, helping the passengers in the right direction with proper navigation. The private search engine platform DuckDuckGo might have been the primary browser in Safari, but nothing is confirmed yet.
The Department of Justice is looking after Google for antitrust practices and misuse of power with a bench trial. It has been rumored that many potential deals had sensed the blue light, like bids from Microsoft for Apple to swap to Bing or even they had given the choice of buying it outright. Still, all were taken as not a severe gesture allegedly because of Google’s financial incentives.
As per the dwelling report from Bloomberg on unknown sources, Apple pushed itself into talks with the private search engine DuckDuckGo to build it as the default for private browsing mode in Safari. The testimonies about this subject will likely be unsealed pretty soon if Judge Amit Mehta has his way.
The aim of cooking the new dish is unknown, and weirdness can play a pivotal role in the making of this particular feast with the booming sausage – fishing without crankbait, music without the keyboard, and riding a vehicle without wheels. There are a lot of things that can describe woebegone, but the new ones are yet to be unleashed.
DuckDuckGo CEO Gabriel Weinberg and Apple SVP of ML John Giannandrea have testified about Apple’s negotiations with the search engine firm inside sealed doors. However, Judge Mehta played his way that the testimony “goes to the heart of the case” and must be released sans trade secrets.
Apple and Google agree that Google is the default search engine on iPhone and other Apple products. It also emanates that Apple can’t build a Google rival or go with any other alternatives.
This deal between Google and Apple is placed under a valuable treasure of the DOJ antitrust investigation into Google. The trial is very far from seas and could have forced to deal with the aftermath for both Google and Apple’s businesses relying on the final run.