Microsoft Corp.'s redesigned search site remains a distant third to Google and Yahoo despite getting a slight boost in its first month, according to an Associated Press report. ComScore Inc. estimates that Bing, the new site, snagged 8.4 percent of U.S. Web searches in June, up from 8 percent in May. It appears Microsoft's slight gain was Yahoo's loss. Google's share stayed steady at 65 percent. But Yahoo's dipped to 19.6 percent in June, losing about as much as Bing gained. Google's dominance means a bigger slice of revenue from search advertising, the small text ads that appear next to...

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