superclown2 - 10:38 pm on Jan 6, 2013 (gmt 0)
Try search for "web browser". Chrome on page 1, Internet Explorer nowhere to be seent on the first 15 pages. Before the FTC conclusion, Chrome was set back but it seems someone at Google has manually set a "penalty" on IE and lifted the penalty on Chrome.
On the other hand I looked up "search engine" here in the UK and Bing was listed on the first page before Google. The highest listed search engine was Dogpile - yes, that's right, Dogpile - at number 2 with the inevitable Wikipedia in top position. So, I don't think these results show bias, they are just more examples of what a poor search engine Google has become.