Google Continues to Dominate Mobile Search

Google continues to dominate mobile search
June 18, 2008
By Jason Ankeny
FierceMobileContent
Google dominated mobile web search in the first quarter of 2008
according to consumer research provider Nielsen Mobile, which reports
that the web services giant accounted for 61 percent of mobile
searches during the three-month period in question. Yahoo was a
distant second with 18 percent mobile search provider share, followed
by MSN with 5 percent. Google's lead is thanks in large part to
Apple's iPhone--in February, Google said the device is responsible
for 50 times the number of mobile searches of any rival handset, with
Google's mobile head Vic Gundotra forecasting that mobile search will
soon overtake traditional web search if other device manufacturers
make mobile web access as user-friendly.
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