Microsoft currently supports Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (PAM) directly from Bing's mobile search results. Microsoft has supported it since 2016, but previously it was limited to dedicated Bing applications. A compatible Web page will display a small flash next to the Web site name of the Bing search results news carousel.
Currently, users of Bing and Google's search engines use the mobile browsers they choose to shorten the MPA loading time. The Microsoft blog has features of the Safari browser (Photoshop on Windows Phone), but it also supports other browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge.
This decision follows last week's announcement that the project adopted a new governance model under a new governance model that promotes important decision-making processes directly managed by Google and a new committee consisting of various companies . This change is a step in the right direction, but critics are afraid (correct) that Google may have an unduly impact on the web.
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