Yandex Tops Bing, Becomes World’s Fourth Most Popular Search Engine
Bing's dismal FAIL continues.
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Yandex, Russia’s leading search engine, has moved up in the worldwide search engine rankings to reach the fourth place, according to the latest data from comScore qSearch.
Google still retains a comfortable lead, with more than 62 percent of the market, followed by China’s Baidu with 8.2 percent, Yahoo with 4.9 percent, Yandex with 2.8 percent, and Microsoft with 2.5 percent.
“Yandex. We’ll find everything”
Yandex first entered the top 10 of online services at the end of 2007. It overtook Microsoft for the first time in November 2012, when it processed 4.62 billion search requests versus Microsoft’s 4.48 billion, leaving them both tied with roughly 2.5 percent share of the market. The Russian search engine’s lead widened further in December, giving it a 0.3 percent advantage.