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At least once a day, BoomTown gets a call from investors, analysts or other troublemaking types–you know who you are!–wondering why Yahoo is still plugging away in search. With a declining market share in the arena and a search technology outsourcing deal with Microsoft, it’s not a bad question to ask. But Yahoo begs to differ, introducing a new feature called Yahoo Search Direct at an event in San Francisco today.
It took two years and $350 million, but America now has a detailed map showing where all its broadband Internet connections are and where they are not.