Battery Saving Google Search

This is a discussion on Battery Saving Google Search within the HTC EVO 4G Tech Support forums, part of the HTC EVO 4G category; I was browsing around and found this: Black Google for Mobile Phones: Save Battery with Each Google Search (link removed) Every bit helps, right?...

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    Battery Saving Google Search

    I was browsing around and found this:

    Black Google for Mobile Phones: Save Battery with Each Google Search (link removed)

    Every bit helps, right?

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    Seems like spam to me. Who knows who is recording the info entered into this search option. I'll stick to the real google search. Dont think a search engine is affecting my battery.

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    What a joke. They are just trying to route all the search queries through their servers so google pays them a nice chunk of change in their AdSense account.

    The whole black pixel/white pixel argument is BS. With LCDs, there is no difference in battery draw, and even though there is a very slight difference with amoled screens, any benefit from using a site like this for the occasional google search will be negligible at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalHead View Post
    What a joke. They are just trying to route all the search queries through their servers so google pays them a nice chunk of change in their AdSense account.

    The whole black pixel/white pixel argument is BS. With LCDs, there is no difference in battery draw, and even though there is a very slight difference with amoled screens, any benefit from using a site like this for the occasional google search will be negligible at best.
    Agreed!

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