It looks like Apple soon might have a new best friend: Microsoft, at least if the introduction of an iPhone app for Microsoft's Bing "decision engine" is the first sign of a new trend, PC World reports. Apple and Google used to be joined at the iPhone and browser, with Google providing popular apps for the iPhone and a default search engine for the Safari browser. Google Chairman and CEO Eric Schmidt even sat on Apple's board of directors. But while the Google iPhone apps still remain, the relationship is in tatters, as Google has begun competing with its former...

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