Internet Resources [Internet Search Engines]

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Go to resource (Ask) link.


Ask Answers is the #1 trusted source for all your questions and answers.Our answers are created by our team of experts and editors to offer you the most trustworthy answers online. Ask Answers includes thousands of questions covering more than 180 topic and sub-topic areas. We've leveraged our extensive database of answers researched and written by our experts to help you find the reliable information you need.

Go to resource (Ask Kids) link.

Ask Kids

Ask Answers for Kids is the #1 source for educational questions and answers. Our answers are created by our team of experts and editors to offer you the most trustworthy answers online. Whether you have a homework assignment you are researching, a tough trivia game that has you stuck, or just some question you've been wondering about, Ask Answers for Kids can help find the reliable information you need. Give it a try!

Go to resource (bing) link.


Bing (formerly Live Search, Windows Live Search, and MSN Search) is the current web search engine (advertised as a "decision engine") from Microsoft.

Go to resource (Dogpile) link.


InfoSpace created the Dogpile search engine because your time is important to us. Powered by Metasearch technology, Dogpile returns all the best results from leading search engines including Google, Yahoo!, Bing and Ask, so you find what you’re looking for faster. Each search engine has its own method of searching and each will return different results. Dogpile looks at all of them, decides which are most relevant to your search, eliminates duplicates and reveals them to you. In the end, you get a list of results more complete than anywhere else on the Web.

Go to resource (Google) link.


When you visit or one of more than 150 other Google domains, you can find information in many different languages (and translate between them), check stock quotes and sports scores, find news headlines and look up the address of your local post office or grocery store. You can also find images, videos, maps, patents and much more. With universal search technology, you can often find all of these things combined in one query.

Go to resource (Google Books [Books and Magazines]) link.

Google Books [Books and Magazines]

Search the latest index of the world's books. Find millions of great books you can preview or read for free.

Go to resource (Google Scholar) link.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Google Scholar helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research.

Go to resource (LYCOS) link.


Lycos is one of the original (est. 1995) and most widely-known Internet brands in the world, evolving from one of the first search engines on the web, into a comprehensive network of social media web sites that foster online communities. Lycos's award-winning products and services include tools for video viewing and sharing, social networking, blogging, web publishing and hosting, online games, e-mail, and search.

Go to resource (WebCrawler) link.


WebCrawler is a metasearch engine that blends the top search results from Google, Yahoo!, Bing Search (formerly MSN Search and Live Search),,, MIVA, LookSmart and other popular search engines. WebCrawler also provides users the option to search for images, audio, video, news, yellow pages and white pages. WebCrawler is a registered trademark of InfoSpace, Inc.

Go to resource (Yahoo!) link.


Founded in 1994 by Stanford Ph.D. students David Filo and Jerry Yang, Yahoo! began as a hobby and has evolved into a leading global brand that changed the way people communicate with each other, conduct transactions and access, share, and create information. Today, Yahoo! Inc.

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