Yahoo! oneSearch Selected as Mobile Search Service for T-mobile’s Web2go

Yahoo!’s mobile search product, oneSearch, has been selected by T-mobile for Web2go, their new customizable mobile web portal.

Yahoo’s oneSearch is designed to provide answers. For example, if you query a sports team, the results will give you scores, schedules, team profiles and the team’s web site.

David Ko, senior vice president, Connected Life, Yahoo! Inc. had this to say: “With our innovative products and global partnerships we are a leader in mobile search and are incredibly excited to bring Yahoo! oneSearch to more and more users every day. Together, T-Mobile and Yahoo! are providing users with compelling mobile services, while creating unique opportunities for advertisers to reach the rapidly growing audience of mobile consumers.”

In September, Yahoo! announced that oneSearch had been set as default on AT&T’s mobile web portal. In August, a shortcut to oneSearch was launched on select Nokia devices.

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