New York – Motorola (NYSE: MOT) plans
to add Microsoft’s (NASD: MSFT) Bing search engine as the default on the Android-based
phones it sells in China,
replacing Android developer Google’s (NASD: GOOG) own search engine, The Wall Street Journal
reported. The Journal speculated that the move could foresee a time when Google
may potentially remove itself completely from China,
as it threatened to do in the wake of the hacker attacks on its Gmail service
that reportedly emanated from China.