That latest figures from comScore have been released and for Microsoft, it's not good news but it's not bad news either as usage share in the US has remained nearly flat for Q2 of 2014.
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Latest numbers from comScore have revealed that the Android and Windows Phone market share remained flat, while that of iOS increased only slightly in the US smartphone market during May.
comScore has revealed Yahoo! as the most popular US web property of July. It comes as a relief for newly appointed CEO Marissa Mayer, who has made many changes to outperform Google and Microsoft.
The latest US smartphone market share numbers from ComScore show Microsoft's went down again in the three month period that ended in May 2013, while the share for Android and Apple surged.
Data from ComScore shows that Microsoft's Bing search service gained another 0.1 percent market share in U.S. Internet search between April and May 2013, continuing its slow growth.
The latest US smartphone market share numbers from ComScore show Microsoft's went down very slightly in the three month period that ended in April 2013, while Apple's share surged.
The latest smartphone market share numbers from ComScore show Microsoft's share is nearly flat from in the first quarter of 2013 while BlackBerry and Android showed large drops.
Data from ComScore shows that Microsoft's Bing search service gained a 0.2 percent market share in U.S. search between February and March 2013, and has gained a total of 1.6 percent in the last year.
ComScore's latest data for the US smartphone market shows that Microsoft made a slight gain between November 2012 and February 2013, while BlackBerry's share went down drastically.
New data from ComScore shows that Microsoft's share of the US Internet search market keeps growing, as does Google, but Yahoo's share of the search market keeps shrinking.
For the three month average period ending January 2013, Microsoft's smartphone operating system market share has remained relatively stagnant, while Android dropped and iOS rose considerably
New data from ComScore shows that Microsoft's share of the US Internet search market continues to grow, even as Google's market share also experienced growth as well.
Windows Phone has reportedly lost market share in the United States, according to this month's report from ComScore, which saw the OS drop 0.7% over a three month period ending December 2012
The latest Internet search market share numbers from ComScore show that Microsoft's Bing made some inroads against Google in December 2012.
A new report from ComScore claims that Microsoft's share of the US smartphone market went down in between September and November 2012, as did Blackberry, while iOS and Android's share rose.
Figures released by comScore show the 2012 holiday season as the most lucrative online shopping period ever, with over $1 billion spent on seven separate days following Thanksgiving.
Data from ComScore says that Microsoft's share of the Internet search market stayed flat in September 2012 compared to August, while Google's share rose slightly.
A new report from ComScore claims that Microsoft's share of the US smartphone market went down in between June and August 2012, as did Blackberry, while iOS and Android's share rose.
New data from ComScore shows that Microsoft's share of the smartphone market in the US rose slightly between February and May 2012, while RIM's market share fell drastically.
The latest US Internet search results from Comscore in April 2012 show both Bing and Google making gains in market share while Yahoo continues to lose in the search engine race.
Microsoft's Bing search service continues to gain web market share in the US, according to the latest information from ComScore, at the expense of Yahoo which continues to fall behind Bing.
Despite the launch of the Nokia Lumia 710 in the US in January, a new report from ComScore says that Microsoft's share of the mobile phone market actually went down that month.
New data from comScore claims that even though Google may have signed up over 90 million people for Google+, its users are not sticking around much on the social networking service.
A recent study shows that webmail services like Hotmail experienced a sharp decline in traffic last year, mostly thanks to the increasing use of email clients on mobile devices.
A new report from Comscore says that Microsoft's Bing finally reached the number two position in US based Internet search requests, ahead of Yahoo and now second only to Google.
Credit card numbers, passwords, and Social Security Numbers are amongst the confidential data comScore is accused of siphoning via spyware-like software installed by users.
Despite the looming presence of Google+, last July was the best month for Facebook and Twitter, with both sites posting record numbers of unique visitors to their sites.
The third party web site traffic company comScore has now announced that Google's social networking service Google now has 20 million registered users. The report, as described by the Wall Street Journal, comes less than...
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