TORONTO, June 14 /CNW/ - Breaking news, Google and Yahoo have joined
forces! YellowPages Corporation, owned by AT&T (NYSE: T), has come up with a
tool that allows you to use both search engines at the same time. It's called
SearchBoth.ca and it's a cooperative partnership between Google, Yahoo and
When you type in your related search words, SearchBoth.ca will give you
the results from Google and Yahoo in a split screened frame, side by side.
What this means is that you can look at both search engine results at the same
time to find out the best and most relevant search find. This is pretty
interesting in the fact that you can more or less compare the different
priorities of search results on both Google vs. Yahoo and based on your needs,
you may be able to find the one you like the best. For example, I did a search
on "Yahoo" and found that the Yahoo search engine displayed more of Yahoo's
products whereas Google's results displayed more of Yahoo's news on the front
I like this tool, as I can have the best of both worlds and not depend on
Google too much. Although Google is the best search engine out there, let's
not forget Yahoo isn't too shabby either. I believe it works best for people
doing research as it gives you more variety based on two different search
I am always for tools that make people's life easier and SearchBoth.ca is
truly a relief. I'm certain a site like this will come in handy for students,
lawyers, or anyone that does a lot of online searches. The developer also was
the first to aggregate all of the comparison shopping sites all on one page
and called it DiscountMore.com, the first of its kind.
SearchBoth has also launched in the UK, US, and Australia with
SearchBoth.co.uk, SearchBoth.com, and SearchBoth.com.au respectively. The
company is currently working on adding other search engines like Ask and MSN
along with others as an option. The user can select any two search engines and
view them side by side. Google and Yahoo would be default.
Why search one when you can search both? So go ahead, try it out ...
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