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  2. List of Yahoo!-owned sites and services - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo!Xtra, launched in 2007 in New Zealand is owned by Yahoo!7, a joint venture between Yahoo! and the Seven Network. Yahoo! home page; My Yahoo! - Enables users to combine their favorite Yahoo features, content feeds, and information onto a single page. Yahoo! Auctions - discontinued in 2007 except for Taiwan and Japan. Yahoo! Developer ...

  3. Yahoo! Inc. (2017–present) - Wikipedia

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    On May 3, 2021, Verizon announced that 90 percent of the division would be acquired by Apollo Global Management for roughly $5 billion, and would simply be known as Yahoo after the agreement comes to a close. Verizon would retain a 10% stake in the new group.

  4. Yahoo! Groups - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Groups was a free-to-use system of electronic mailing lists offered by Yahoo!. Prior to February 2020, Yahoo! Groups was one of the world's largest collections ...

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  6. Yahoo! Maps - Wikipedia

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    In 2014, a mobile site for Yahoo! Maps was released. On June 4, 2015, Yahoo! announced that Yahoo! Maps would be shut down, along with Yahoo! Pipes, at the end of the month. Functions. The main Yahoo! Maps site offered street maps and driving directions for the United States and Canada. It had the following notable features:

  7. Moviefone - Wikipedia

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    Moviefone is an American-based moving pictures listing and information service.Moviegoers can obtain local showtimes, cinema information, film reviews, and advance tickets, as well as TV content and a comprehensive search tool that allows users to find theaters, channels, and streaming services offering movies and television shows.

  8. Yahoo! Screen - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Video, a video hosting service, was established in 2006. Later, the ability to upload videos was removed, changing it to a more pure video on demand service; the website became a portal for curated video content hosted by Yahoo's properties. In 2011, the service was re-launched as Yahoo!

  9. Flickr - Wikipedia

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    Flickr (/ ˈ f l ɪ k ər / FLI-kər; pronunciation (help · info)) is an American image hosting and video hosting service, as well as an online community, founded in Canada and headquartered in the United States.