The web search domain has been dominated by Google in the past decade and the likes of the 90â€™s giants like Yahoo!, MSN, and AOL are left in the dust by Googleâ€™s massively popular search engine. However, Yahoo! hasnâ€™t given up hope and still continues to provide its long standing web search feature.
The Yahoo! search has undergone another revamp and now the search engine includes real-time search suggestions when users start typing their search queries into the search box. This feature has been previously provided by Google, and Yahoo! search with its incorporation moves a step closer to challenge Googleâ€™s dominance of the search domain.
For all students, scientists and researchers who are looking for academic information from different sources such as documents, web pages, encyclopedias, journals and newspapers, there is a new search engine I found today.
It is called RefSeek. Refseek can be compared to Google Scholar in some ways but it has more to offer. Not only it indexes one billion reference documents but it also indexes more than scientific and educational sites.