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by Max Lee on May 17th, 2008
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Yahoo (YHOO) just launched their new search engine platform API, SearchMonkey. Basically, now developers can customize Yahoo’s search engine results using their API tool. Sorta like this: It’s a great way to customize their search engine without Yahoo doing any work. Lol…but th ...
by Max Lee on May 16th, 2008
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Well, it looks like Yahoo did respond to Carl Icahn‘s intention to be filthy rich and sell out to Microsoft. Phew, another day saved, we don’t want to see Yahoo (YHOO) under Microsoft’s (MSFT) hands.  The day we see Microsoft roll out it’s YahooVista engine will be the begin ...
by Max Lee on May 15th, 2008
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Well, this is a blog about whether Icahn’s new decision will make a better internet for all of us or not. What is proposing is a serious push for Yahoo (YHOO) and Microsoft (MSFT) to merge, this is great for investors, a serious threat to the internet community. To Icahn’s letter and his ...
by Max Lee on May 15th, 2008
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Here’s a fun letter you can read to Yahoo (YHOO):  (little long don’t you think?) Carl C. Icahn ICAHN CAPITAL LP 767 Fifth Avenue, 47th Floor New York, NY 10153 May 15, 2008 Roy Bostock Chairman Yahoo! Inc. 701 First Avenue Sunnyvale, CA 94089 Dear Mr. Bostock: It is clear to me that th ...
by Max Lee on May 13th, 2008
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I did a post about Yahoo Buzz when it came out couple months ago over at our Dot Com site, it looks like Yahoo’s (YHOO) Yahoo Buzz might be way bigger than Digg after all. Digg will still hold its traffic as it has been steady with a large number of bloggers using the service. For Yahoo Buzz ...
by Max Lee on May 12th, 2008
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Have you used Yahoo (YHOO)search engine lately? Well, I haven’t used it honestly for couple months but I am impressed at their new real-time AJAX keyword suggestion feature. They even have an “Explore concepts” feature, which I’d say is more towards Web 3.0 and the semantic ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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GooHoo, a combination of Google and Yahoo search engine, was launched just minutes ago. Google and Yahoo has combined the best of their user interactive content and search engine powers to bring internet users the “real deal”. Google (NSDQ: GOOG) co-founder Sergey Brin recently said, & ...
by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Yahoo acquires Inquisitor, a Safari Browser Plug-in.  Safari is the default browser on MACs but you can download it for PC too. I find that Safari is actually a pretty good browser, a lot better than IE7.  I like how the text boxes show up differently for the same site you load on Firefox. It loo ...
by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Yahoo Glue just launched in India. Basically, Yahoo Glue combines classic search results with visual content aggregated from major websites. Why is it not launched in the US? Well, they are probably beta-testing the service in India before deciding to go mainstream. The service looks pretty good ...
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