Google and Microsoft made slight gains in the US search market in October, according to the latest figures from comScore.
The research firm said that Google's share of the market increased by 0.2 per cent on the month, giving it 66.3 per cent of all searches during the month.
US internet users made 16.6 billion search queries during October, 11 billion of them through Google.
Much of the remaining third of the market was divided between Yahoo and Microsoft. Yahoo saw a drop of 0.2 per cent on the month from 16.7 to 16.5 per cent, while Microsoft raised its share from 11.2 to 11.5 per cent.
Fourth on the list was Ask Networks, which saw a slight drop from 3.7 to 3.6 per cent, followed by AOL, with 2.1 per cent.
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