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Wednesday, 03 October 2007 11:40

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Search engine company Yahoo has upgraded its online search engine to make it "more helpful and engaging".

The improvements are part of an ongoing campaign to beat up the rival Google, which seems to be having little opposition so far. Analysts think that if the upgrade does nothing else, it will improve moral at Yahoo which has suffered since the rise of Google.

Yahoo will now suggest ways to phrase a search request as a user types into the query box, it will provide a list of related concepts and it will produce more links to photos, videos and music on the main results page.

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