Microsoft beats Yahoo in U.S. search

Microsoft’s Bing finally beat Yahoo and became the second biggest search engine behind Google during December 2011, according to the latest data by comScore, USA Today reported.


Bing and other Microsoft’s web sites had 2.75 billion search requests during December 2011, making it 15.1 percent share of the U.S. search traffic. Yahoo’s search requests totaled 2.65 billion, representing 14.5 percent of the total market.


Google still remained on the top, with 12 billion U.S. requests in December, which equaled a 65.9 percent market share.


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One Response to Microsoft beats Yahoo in U.S. search

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