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Bing's desktop search market share continues to rise
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Bing's desktop search market share continues to rise

Harish Jonnalagadda 123

In its monthly analysis of the U.S. desktop search segment, comScore found that Bing crossed the 20 percent threshold in terms of market share for the first time in March 2015. The numbers highlight the steadily growing presence of Microsoft's search engine in the U.S. When taken into account the 12.7 percent market share held by Yahoo, Bing powered over 30 percent of all organic...

Windows Phone rises in latest market share numbers
Windows Phone on the rise

Windows Phone rises in latest market share numbers

Chuong H Nguyen 124

ComScore had released its mobile market share data for the September 2014. In terms of platforms, Android leads with 52.1 percent followed by iOS with 41.7 percent and Microsoft with 3.6 percent. Both Android and Microsoft grew its market share slightly compared the the prior quarter ended in June 2014, with Windows Phone gaining 0.2 percentage points. BlackBerry commanded a 2.3 percent...

comScore shows Windows Phone still in 4th place in the US, but making small gains

comScore shows Windows Phone still in 4th place in the US, but making small gains

Rich Edmonds 96

A new report published by comScore shows steady growth in the US for Windows Phone, a significant contrast to what we saw earlier in the year. While Android remains the number one platform in the region with Apple sat in second, Microsoft is pretty much level with BlackBerry, who has been struggling to halt the downhill fall the company has experienced. According to the comScore ...

Report: 1 in 7 European smartphone owners purchase goods and services on their mobile phones

Report: 1 in 7 European smartphone owners purchase goods and services on their mobile phones

Rich Edmonds 12

According to a comScore report, European smartphone owners accessing retail websites has grown by 43 per cent in the last year. The company used data across five leading EU markets - France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.  The study showed that the European mobile retail audience grew significantly over the past year, with 20 per cent of smartphone owners shopping while on the move...

Microsoft has stopped the market share bleeding with the Lumia 900, but still has a lot to gain

Microsoft has stopped the market share bleeding with the Lumia 900, but still has a lot to gain

Daniel Rubino 135

Microsoft, Nokia & AT&T had high hopes for the Lumia 900 back in January Microsoft with the help of Nokia has stemmed the bleeding of market share over the last two years as the new comScore number just published reveal. The number of mobile subscribers is up 0.1% to 4.0% ending at the end of May, 2012. That means those numbers include the launch of Nokia’s much hyped Lumia 900...