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In search contest, Yahoo eyes developers

Web giant wants new applications to help bring in business. Also: Fickle fans for search engines.

Web giant Yahoo seeks to ingratiate itself in the search community, which is defined by software developers, a thriving advertising economy and fickle Web surfers.

Yahoo opens up its search toolbox to developers

Co-founder Jerry Yang to talk up search network's embrace of Web services. Also: Bye-bye to the Overture name.
March 1, 2005

On the lookout for the next search winner

At SES conference, data lovers confirm which search engines are the most popular and find out how fickle Web surfers are: very.
February 28, 2005

previous coverage

Google and Yahoo receive downgrade

Fearing a slowdown in the online ad market, an analyst rethinks the search giants' stock values.
February 24, 2005

IBM expands corporate search ambitions

Serrano release of WebSphere Information Integrators aims to untangle and make sense of complex company networks.
February 24, 2005

Google adds movie search

New feature lets people find local movie theaters, show times, other information via a PC or cell phone.
February 24, 2005

AOL goes public with local search

The service lets people personalize search results to their locale and review past queries.
February 24, 2005

Study: Paid search to continue climbing

Jupiter says the search market will expand to niches such as travel and financial services.
February 23, 2005