Microsoft’s Bing surpassed Yahoo to become the second most favoured search engine, says recently released stats by comScore.
In November last year, both were more or less equally placed with approximately 14.5 percent market share.
The outcome was evident as last year Yahoo was up with at 16 percent while Bing was lowly placed with 12 percent. Since then, there has been lots of catching by Bing who now stands at second spot with 15.1 market share and Yahoo dropping down to 14.5 percent.
Google, as usual, leads the list with a gain of 0.4 percent from last month, it now covers 65.9 of the search engine market.
These stats are based on 18.2 million queries tracked by comScore (US netizens only). In terms of numbers, 12 million queries were on Google, 2.7 million on Yahoo, 2.6 on Yahoo and rest are on Ask and AOL.
Notably, both Yahoo and Bing uses the same search technology and are business partners.