Yahoo Wades Into Hyperactive Mobile Search Space

Yahoo's beta version of its Go For Mobile 2.0 is now available and consumers -- at least those that own either Motorola's new MotoRazr maxx V6 and MotoRazr V3xx devices -- are starting to download it. Yahoo's oneSearch search engine -- designed to recognize the intent of a search term and present relevant content on […]

Yahoo's beta version of its Go For Mobile 2.0 is now available and consumers -- at least those that own either Motorola's new MotoRazr maxx V6 and MotoRazr V3xx devices -- are starting to download it. Yahoo's oneSearch search engine -- designed to recognize the intent of a search term and present relevant content on the results page -- is key among the new features in this version.

Consumers -- at least those that own either Motorola's (NYSE: MOT)  new MotoRazr maxx V6 and MotoRazr V3xx devices -- are starting to download Yahoo's (Nasdaq: YHOO)  beta version of its Go For Mobile 2.0, which launched this week at the International CES (Consumer Electronics Show).

Key among the new features in this version is Yahoo's oneSearch search engine, which is designed to recognize the intent of a search term and present relevant content -- grouped by subject -- on the results page.
 

Other highlights include local listings, direct connections to news, sports, entertainment, weather and finance content, photo sharing and better e-mail  synchronization.

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