Microsoft and Yahoo! join forces to battle against Google. We’re sceptical but excited to see a rival to the ultimate search journey
Bing is coming! Rumour has it that Microsoft’s new search engine will be showcased at D: All Things Digital conference. Will it beat Google?
Online marketers lament the dominant position of Google. Is the search engine too powerful and does it make competition a distant dream?
Is there anything that can stop Google? New statistics show that it has increased its market share. Is it possible for a new search engine to survive?
Google tramples on Yahoo and MSN yet again in latest comScore findings.
Latest US figures from comScore show that there is no holding back for Google as market share grows even further at the expense of Yahoo! and Microsoft. Paid search, however, shows signs of weakness.
comScore report into search engine market share in January shows that Google is still way out in the lead. Even if Microsoft does buy Yahoo! there will be a lot of ground to make up.
Google’s market share drops for the first time in two years, but it remains the dominant force in US online marketing.
Some much needed good news for Yahoo. Yahoo! finally beat Google at something…
Microsoft updates Live Search. In a move similar to Google’s Universal Search and Ask’s 3D search, Live Search will include results from multiple sources.
How much do search engine results vary from one search engine to another? Are all search engine results the same?
Another sign of greatness for the search engine giant. What can stop Google marching on?