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  2. History of Yahoo! - Wikipedia

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    Early history (1994–1996) Upon the April 1994 renaming of Jerry and David's Guide to the World Wide Web to Yahoo!, Yang and Filo said that "Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle" was a suitable backronym for this name, but they insisted they had selected the name because they liked the word's general definition, as in Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift: "rude, unsophisticated, uncouth."

  3. Yahoo! Finance - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Finance is a media property that is part of the Yahoo! network. It provides financial news, data and commentary including stock quotes, press releases, financial reports, and original content. It also offers some online tools for personal finance management. In addition to posting partner content from other web sites, it posts original ...

  4. Yahoo! Groups - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Clubs was launched in 1998 as an extension of services developed by Yahoo! Message. In August 2000 Yahoo acquired eGroups.com. In 2001 Yahoo! deleted adult groups from its search directory, making it very difficult to locate Yahoo! groups with adult content. The Groups Updates Email feature was introduced in 2010.

  5. Yahoo! News - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Celebrity. Yahoo! Celebrity (as omg!) debuted on June 12, 2007, with little fanfare, with the original press release being published on Yahoo!'s corporate blog. Upon launch, MediaWeek reported that Yahoo is hoping to skew more toward a female demographic with omg!, and that Unilever, Pepsi, and Axiata (Celcom & XL) will be the sole official sponsors of the website.

  6. Yahoo! Voice - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo Voice was a Voice over IP PC-PC, PC-Phone and Phone-to-PC service, provided by Yahoo via its Yahoo Messenger instant messaging application. Yahoo Voice uses the Session Initiation Protocol (), GIPS codec and the Dialpad engine for voice transport.

  7. Yahoo! Kids - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Kids (known as Yahoo!きっず in Japan) is a public web portal provided by Yahoo! Japan to find age appropriate online content for children between the ages of 4 and 12. This site was formerly available in English via Yahoo!, where it was known as Yahooligans! until December 2006, and in Korean via Yahoo! Korea.

  8. Add, change or remove AOL account recovery info - AOL Help

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    Note: If you unlink a recovery option using this method, you won't be able to add that same recovery option back to your account again.To remove a recovery method, but still retain the option to add it back again in the future, follow the steps above to "Delete a mobile number or email address."

  9. List of Yahoo!-owned sites and services - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Profile / Yahoo Pulse - A directory of Yahoo users with their personal information. Yahoo! Publisher Network - An advertising network that only accepted US based publishers; shut down on April 30, 2010. Rocketmail - An email service acquired in 1997. Shut down but users were able to use an @rocketmail.com email address. Yahoo!