Google complains about Microsoft search engine: This argument is a tough sell.
The New York Times reports that Microsoft’s new Internet browser includes a search box in the upper-right corner that is typically set up to send users to Microsoft’s MSN search service. Google contends that this puts Microsoft in a position to unfairly grab Web traffic and advertising dollars from its competitors.
I know that Microsoft has an advantage with their desktop near-monopoly, but there have to be defaults, and I don’t think making that default the site of the company that made the OS is that out of line.
If Google wants all the benefits of producing an OS, then they need to produce an OS. Goobuntu, anyone?