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Yahoo really really wants to be the default search engine for iPhones and iPads

Fire up Safari on your iPhone or iPad today and you'll most likely find Google as the default search engine — but if Yahoo has their way that might change. Users have the option to change from Google to other search providers such as Bing or Yahoo, but Google's had the default spot locked down for some time thanks to the handsome sum they've been paying Apple for the privilege. But Microsoft's Bing is the default search used in Siri, so count that as a win for Redmond. Yahoo isn't too happy that Google holds the crown jewel default search in Safari, and they're apparently aiming to convince Apple to change that.

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Yahoo News Digest comes to the UK to give your iPhone its twice daily dose

Yahoo News Digest initially launched at CES in January as a U.S. only product, but today it spreads its wings and brings twice daily doses of news to UK readers. Importantly, the content is tailored to the region, and so won't provide U.S. news you're perhaps not so interested in.

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Yahoo News Digest serves up two daily helpings of headlines directly to your iPhone

Yahoo News Digest aims to bring two daily digital distributions worth of news from a variety of different sources to your iPhone twice a day. Headlines span several different categories and are automatically updated for you each day at 8am and 6pm local time.

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Yahoo! Weather for iPhone gets severe weather alerts for U.S. cities

Yahoo! may provide the weather information for the stock iOS 7 weather application but that doesn't stop them from continuing to improve their own standalone app. Today's update is a small, yet important one as severe weather alerts for U.S. cities have now been enabled.

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iMore Today: iOS 6 beta 3, the Retina iPad mini, Office 2013, and the new Yahoo! queen

Today on iMore we're talking me.com to icloud.com email transitions, whether Retina is a deal breaker in the iPad mini, the lack of Office for iPad, and how Marissa Mayer went from Googler #20 to Yahoo CEO #20. This is iMore Today!

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