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Yahoo! outperforms Google and Microsoft according to latest poll figures
ComScore: Microsoft's US smartphone market share down in May 2013
Bing US market share in search keeps rising slowly
ComScore: Microsoft's US smartphone market share dipped in April 2013
ComScore: US smartphone OS market share nearly flat in Q1 2013
Bing makes solid gains in yearly U.S. search share; Yahoo keeps dropping
ComScore: US smartphone OS share makes slight gain
US web search share: Bing keeps growing, Yahoo keeps shrinking
comScore: Microsoft's US smartphone OS share stagnant
Bing continues to grow in the US with January's numbers looking green
ComScore: Microsoft lost US smartphone market share in December 2012
Bing makes gains on Google's market share in December 2012
ComScore: Microsoft's US mobile phone market share keeps dropping
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ComScore: Microsoft-Bing stay flat in latest US search results
ComScore: Microsoft's US mobile phone market share has dropped
ComScore: Microsoft's US smartphone share rises slightly
Bing extends lead on Yahoo in April 2012 US market share
Bing gains more market share in web search
ComScore: Microsoft's mobile phone market share slipping
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