Google continues to control consumer search, even while Microsoft makes slow progress, but for now, not much changes when it comes to search engine marketshare numbers.
Bing and Klout have teamed up to create social snapshots in the search engine based on information in your Klout profile.
HP made a smart move for once by combining HP Extreme and Autonomy into a single business division.
Without a hint of irony, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer accused Google of having a monopoly in search and suggested U.S. authorites should investigate.
Google is working on a universal machine translation tool, but it's safe to say that while they've made progress, they still have a long way to go to achieve that goal.
DuckDuckGo continues to make huge gains, but it hasn't made the comScore search engine rankings yet.
Facebook introduced new tools to help journalists and marketers surface what people are talking about on Facebook.
Yahoo, which has been something of a media darling since hiring Marissa Meyer as CEO, made a big splash mid-month by topping ComScore's chart as grabbing the most web traffic in the United States across its broad array of sites. Now, The Verge notes that the report was all wet.
After gaining share for a number of months, Bing was unchanged in the latest comScore search engine marketshare statistics.
It's been a fast five years here at Fierce and I can't begin to anticipate the changes we will see in the industry as we move forward, but if it's anything like what we've experienced so far, it's going to be a wild ride