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  2. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    However, other features were removed, such as column widths and one click delete-move-to-next. In October 2010, Yahoo! released a beta version of Yahoo! Mail, which included improvements to performance, search, and Facebook integration. In May 2011, this became the default interface. Their current Webmail interface was introduced in 2017.

  3. Yahoo! Answers - Wikipedia

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    The beta version Yahoo! Answers was launched to the general public on December 8, 2005 and was available until May 14, 2006. Yahoo! Answers was finally made available for general availability on May 15, 2006. Yahoo! Answers was created to replace Ask Yahoo!, Yahoo!'s former Q&A platform which was discontinued in March 2006.

  4. Yahoo! Maps - Wikipedia

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    In May 2010, Yahoo! reached a deal with Nokia whereby Nokia's mapping service (later known as Here) would power Yahoo! Maps. This came into effect in October 2011. In 2014, a mobile site for Yahoo! Maps was released. On June 4, 2015, Yahoo! announced that Yahoo! Maps would be shut down, along with Yahoo! Pipes, at the end of the month.

  5. Yahoo! Inc. (1995–2017) - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo Search BOSS is a service that allows developers to build search applications based on Yahoo's search technology. Early Partners in the program include Hakia, Me.dium, Delver, Daylife and Yebol. In early 2011, the program switched to a paid model using a cost-per-query model from $0.40 to $0.75 CPM (cost per 1000 BOSS queries).

  6. Microsoft Bing - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft originally launched MSN Search in the third quarter of 1998, using search results from Inktomi.It consisted of a search engine, index, and web crawler.In early 1999, MSN Search launched a version which displayed listings from Looksmart blended with results from Inktomi except for a short time in 1999 when results from AltaVista were used instead.

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

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    Search BOSS - A service that allowed developers to build search applications based on Yahoo's search technology. Yahoo! SearchMonkey - Allowed developers and site owners to use structured data to make Yahoo Search results more useful and visually appealing, and drive more relevant traffic to their sites; shut down in October 2010 as part of the ...

  8. Yahoo! Pipes - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Pipes was a web application from Yahoo! that provided a graphical user interface for building data mashups that aggregate web feeds, web pages, and other services; creating Web-based apps from various sources; and publishing those apps. The application worked by enabling users to "pipe" information from different sources and then set up ...

  9. Search engine - Wikipedia

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    The first popular search engine on the Web was Yahoo! Search. The first product from Yahoo!, founded by Jerry Yang and David Filo in January 1994, was a Web directory called Yahoo! Directory. In 1995, a search function was added, allowing users to search Yahoo! Directory.