Stagnation is never a good sign, and Google seems to have already peeked, at least as far as the US search market is concerned. According to statistics released by Internet metrics company comScore, Google’s share of the domestic search market increased slightly, just 0.1% between January and February 2010. However, the percentage still accounts for less market share than the Mountain View giant had at the start of 2009 in the US. Bing
on the other hand, is up almost 1% in February 2010, compared with the numbers at the start of 2009, and it seems that the only way is up for the Redmond company’s search/decision engine.