Opera, Google Extend Search Deal for Two Years

Google will continue to be the default search engine for the browser.

ZDNet: Opera and Google have renewed their existing deal for two more years. During that time, Google will continue to be the default search engine for both the mobile and desktop versions of the browser.

Opera recently reported second quarter earnings of $52.1 million, a 32 percent increase that beat analyst expectations. The Norwegian company says 200 million people use Opera Mini, its mobile browser. That's a 47 percent year-over-year increase.

Tags: Google, mobile, search engine, browser, Opera, desktop

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