According to comScore, Google Inc. is continuing to close in at seventy percent on its market share, which moves up by 0.1 percent this month, taking up a record of 67 percent of all search traffic for the month of November.
Yahoo dropped a tenth of its percentage point to 12.1%. Bing’s had increased its share by 0.2 percent, having a total of 16.2%. AOL.com and Ask.com both have dropped their share to 1.7 percent and 3 percent respectively.
The figures for the month of November has marked another new record for both Bing and Google. These numbers reveal explicit . . . → Read More: Google covers 67% of market share, ranks first for November
Yahoo will remove a test edition of a foremost improvement of its Mail service, whose user engagement has been wearing away to the loss of the company’s in general practice.
Named merely Yahoo Mail Beta, the latest edition of the webmail service will feature a refurbished border and steering system, better functionality for performance photos and videos, tighter Twitter and Facebook incorporation and sharper spam discovery and sifting.
Plenty is riding on this Yahoo Mail advance. In May, Carol Bartz, Yahoo CEO responsible Mail for a fall in consumer appointment on . . . → Read More: Yahoo Checks Major Mail Improvement