Web searches powered by Microsoft’s Bing hit 30 percent of the U.S. market in March, according to analysis firm Experian Hitwise. It’s the first time Microsoft has captured that much of the search world. Today, Experian said Google accounted for 64.42 percent of U.S. searches in March, with Yahoo fielding 15.69 percent and Bing registering 14.32 percent – each jumping 5 percent from February and adding up to 30.01 percent for Microsoft-powered searches. Yahoo tied its U.S. search technology to Bing in late August 2010.

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