Yahoo appears to have gained most of what Google lost, moving to 10.4 percent share, its highest share in the last six years, as well.
In stark change happened almost immediately after Mozilla replaced Google with Yahoo as the default search engine for their Firefox browser. "The move by Mozilla has had a definite impact on U.S. search," StatCounter Chief Executive Officer Aodhan Cullen said. "The question now is whether Firefox users switch back to Google."
The research firm also noted that Firefox is used by about 12 percent of Internet users in the U.S.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 9 Jan 2015 22:16