ComScore analysis reveals that while Yahoo! and Microsoft's search share still lags Google by a wide margin, their combined audience offers opportunity to become more competitive in the search marketplace.
A startling statistic has come out about camp Google this week, and it's that searches made on YouTube account for a quarter of all Google search queries.
ComScore today released its monthly retail e-commerce sales estimates, which showed that online spending in October 2008 grew by only 1 percent over October 2007, the lowest monthly growth rate since comScore began tracking e-commerce in 2001
The crumbling economy and US election has caused a huge shift in what news we are seeking out on the internet in recent times, according to ComScore's latest figures.
Google's market share in the US search market moved up by a percentage point in the past month's records according to ComScore - edging ever closer to the two-thirds mark.
UpdatedFacebook has grown by a stupendous 300 per cent in Europe over the last year - according to the latest ComScore statistics - and could soon have outgrown its US equivalent.
The iPlayer may be the media player that is getting the most amount of attention at the moment in the UK, but it remains well behind traditional video service YouTube, according to the latest comScore figures.