TechCrunch reports research conducted by DuckDuckGo suggests smartphone users should be able to choose the search engine they want as their default. The search engine said choice screens would offer an opportunity for regulators to remedy competition in the U.S. search market. Google offers a choice to its European Android users after antitrust regulators fined the company for dominating the search market. When asked what motivates them to switch search engines, survey takers first said better quality of search results, followed by searches and data tracking.
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