Google 'dominates world search' - Linux

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  1. Google 'dominates world search'

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7039114.stm

    | Google powered more than half of all search requests carried out
    | around the world in August, according to a report.
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    | A global study by analysts comScore revealed that more than 61 billion
    | searches were performed by more than 750 million users in the month.
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    | Users performed more than 37 billion searches via Google, more than
    | all the other major search engines combined.
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    | Yahoo was the second most used engine, followed by Baidu, the Chinese
    | language search engine, the report said.
    |
    | Google sites 37 billion searches
    | Yahoo sites - 8.5 billion
    | Baidu 3.2 billion
    | Microsoft sites 2.1 billion
    | NHN 2 billion
    | eBay 1.3 billion
    | Time Warner 1.2 billion
    | Ask 743 million
    | Fox 683 million
    | Lycos 441 million
    | Total worldwide searches: 61 billion

    Oh dear, Microsoft only manages a miserable 3.44%.

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    > Oh dear, Microsoft only manages a miserable 3.44%.


    Yes, but raylopez99 is gung-ho on Microsoft stock. Stock that has
    been pretty flat for 5 years, especially compared to Google and
    Apple. Microsoft doesn't do so well in markets where they don't have
    a monopoly, do they? WinCE anyone? Zune? Search?


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