New data from comScore shows that, for the first time, U.S. internet users spent more time on Facebook this August–a total of 41.1 billion minutes–than on any other major site. Google was second with 39.8 billion minutes and Yahoo fell to third, with 37.7 billion.
In terms of traffic, Yahoo edged out Google in August to become the top site, with 179 million unique visitors. Google had 178.8 million, followed by Microsoft with 165.3 million. Facebook remained the fourth-ranked site, at 148 million, up from 145.5 million in July.
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