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  2. Yahoo! Games - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Games was a section of the Yahoo! website, launched on March 31, 1998 in which Yahoo! users could play games either with other users or by themselves. The majority of Yahoo! Games was closed down on March 31, 2014 and the balance was closed on February 9, 2016.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Alibaba Group - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! China closed its mail service on 19 August 2013. E-mails sent to Yahoo! China accounts could be forwarded to an Alimail box until 31 December 2014. Users were also allowed to transfer e-mail accounts to yahoo.com or any other e-mail service. It is estimated there are no more than a million users with Yahoo!

  6. Amdocs - Wikipedia

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    Amdocs (Hebrew: אמדוקס ‎) is a multinational corporation that was founded in Israel and currently headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri, with support and development centers located worldwide.

  7. Fiverr - Wikipedia

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    Fiverr was founded by Micha Kaufman and Shai Wininger.The founders came up with the concept of a marketplace that would provide a two-sided market for people to buy and sell a variety of digital services typically offered by freelance contractors.