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Yahoo’s oneSearch goes WAP

Yahoo Inc. announced it developed a WAP version of its new oneSearch service. The search service, which originally launched as the Yahoo Go for Mobile 2.0 Java application earlier this year, is now accessible on most mobile phones via a WAP page.
OneSearch is designed to find relevant search results such as news headlines, images and business listings, according to the search engine giant.
“Yahoo oneSearch has already started to change the mobile search game by fundamentally improving the way consumers’ access and use the Internet on their mobile phones,” said Yahoo’s Marco Boerries. “Consumers that have tried oneSearch love it, telling us it’s easier and more helpful than any other mobile search services they’ve used. We are delivering the results consumers want with just one search, not a list of Web links.”
Yahoo said it plans to roll out oneSearch in additional countries and languages over the coming months.
The news is just the latest in the white-hot mobile search market, which is crowded with a number of players including Google Inc. and a variety of smaller, pure-play wireless companies.


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