KDDI, Japan Mobile Phones, Signs Deal With Google To Provide Mobile Search

Gary Price spots that KDDI, a Japanese mobile operator, has signed a deal with Google to provide mobile search for au phones. The service is to begin as early as July 2006, and will enable not only mobile searches, but also be enhanced to provide search enabled services aimed at PCs.

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