Starting today, Yahoo! OneSearch will feature Yahoo Answers and most importantly WikiPedia in the search results. I know a lot of people who search directly on WikiPedia, so having the results directly without having to type the site URL will probably please them (Example: search for “digital signal” and you should see links to WikiPedia). Readers who are from outside the U.S.A can check if their country is one of the 18+ where OneSeach provides local results.
That’s not all: Yahoo also added flight status information. For example, if you search for “UAL 90” or “United Airline 90” you should get the flight status of that particular flight. It’s a good idea, most flight status sites are not mobile friendly at all. Try it at us.m.yahoo.com (from your desktop or your mobile)
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