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No surprise that Google's search engine continues to grow at the
expense of Yahoo! and Microsoft's Bing. Hitwise now reports April 2010: Google at 71.4%,
Yahoo! down 1% to to 14.96%, Bing down 2% to 9.43%, Ask down 37% to 2.18%, and
the remaining 78 search engines accounted for 2.03%. As these search engine wars continue it seems pretty clear
where we are headed. However antitrust issues are on the horizon!
EU confirms Google antitrust probe
The EU Commission confirmed that 3 complaints were filed and Google's blog
complaints filed with the Commission came from U.K. price comparison site
Foundem, a French legal search engine called eJustice.fr, and a German search
site called Ciao that was recently acquired by Microsoft Corp. Google pointed
out in its blog that Foundem is a member of a trade group called iComp, which
is largely funded by Microsoft.
Given Bing decline it's no wonder
that Microsoft is pushing the EU to try to reduce Google's control over the
search engine market.
New Look: Google Search Engine Results
To make Google even more user-friendly Google
has evolved and morphed into a new look again. Check out Google's new search engine results:
However, look closely since Google
is now asking if users want Google to access to their location...privacy
redflag if ever there be one! Stay tuned for more Google in the market as
Google dominates the search engine market and much more!