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    Default Yahoo enters browser market



    Yahoo has launched a web browser called Axis, in a bid to define the company and its goals.

    The announcement was made in the US last night, as the web giant, which has just lost its chief executive, battles to remain relevant and keep users.

    The browser, which faces stiff competition from Google’s Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, has no search result pages. Instead, most of the time, users will receive their search results as a horizontal display of web page thumbnails. Or users will receive text boxes with results in them.
    Yahoo! Axis - A new way to search and browse

    Its more of a browser extension then it is a browser on its own.

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    Default Re: Yahoo enters browser market

    I don't trust it. I wouldn't dream of giving Yahoo browser level access to my computers.
    Their legions of compromised E-Mail accounts are the ones (more than any others) being used to send SPAM throughout the planet. Yahoo accounts are hacked easily and repeatedly too.

    Not a chance Yahoo,.............

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