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Re: Yahoo! Upgrades Search in Effort To Counter Google
Posted by darnoc on 2003-04-08 02:59:47
In reply to Keith Regan
In terms of search capability Yahoo! brings nothing whatsoever to the table to compete with Google. Yes, Yahoo!'s new minimalist design improves the speed of searches and mirrors Google. But at the bottom of each and every page of Yahoo! web and image search results you would take care to note the following line "Search Technology provided by Google." Yahoo! has already lost the battle, they have given up and embraced better technology. Sure Yahoo!'s new approach might bring some users back. But ultimately it is Google that will remain the victor!




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Re: Yahoo! Upgrades Search in Effort To Counter Google  Keith Regan  2003-04-07 18:50:51
Re: Yahoo! Upgrades Search in Effort To Counter Google  chiefofficer  2003-04-08 19:08:22
Re: Yahoo! Upgrades Search in Effort To Counter Google  darnoc  2003-04-08 02:59:47
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