Internet giant Yahoo is adopting a new system for indexing Web pages that will charge businesses to include material currently unlisted in its online search engine, marking the first volley in a duel with its former ally Google.
Sunnyvale-based Yahoo is touting the approach, scheduled to be announced Tuesday, as a practical way to assure its search engine includes more of the so-called “Deep Web” ó the billions of pages that aren’t found during periodic crawls of the Internet. (read the full USA Today article)
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