Microsoft teams up with BlackBerry

The phones use the search service on their new teams Bing, the search engine, which in March was passed almost five times by Google, is expected to grow thanks to mobile phones.
SAN FRANCISCO, USA (AP) - Research In Motion (RIM) will use Microsoft Bing services in their new superphone BlackBerry.
The CEO of Microsoft Corp , Steve Ballmer made ​​the announcement Tuesday during the annual conference of RIM BlackBerry World, in Orlando, Florida. The director of technology Bing, Matt Dahlin, outlined the plans in the "blog" Bing Search.
Dahlin said the BlackBerry devices provided to cellular operators Bing used as factory service to search and view maps.
According to comScore Inc, Microsoft took a stake of approximately 14% of search market in the United States during March, while Google captured 66%.
But the growth of multi phone sector would open opportunities for other search engines, like Bing, detach.