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  2. About Lycos

    Lycos is a search engine and web portal centered around broadband entertainment content. It began as a search engine research project by Dr. Michael Loren Mauldin of Carnegie Mellon University in 1994. It was incorporated in 1995 and went on to become one of the most visited online destinations in the world with a global presence in more than 40 countries. Lycos merged with Terra Networks of Spain in May 2000, forming a new company, Terra Lycos, creating one of the world's largest Internet companies. In October 2004, Lycos was sold a second time to Daum Communications Corporation, the second largest Internet portal in Korea, becoming Lycos, Inc. Lycos remains a top 25 Internet destination in the US. It is the 13th largest online property worldwide according to comScore Media Metrix. Lycos also remains a top 5 Internet portal, behind Yahoo, MSN, AOL and MySpace.

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    1. Breaking Data delivers all media formats in real-time, without overwhelming users. Breaking Data looks forward to providing exactly what's needed for LYCOS users without them having to work hard to find what they want or enjoy - namely sports on-the-go.
      In LYCOS Sports to be Powered by Breaking Data
    2. Breaking Data delivers all media formats in real-time, without overwhelming users. Breaking Data looks forward to providing exactly what's needed for Lycos' users without them having to work hard to find what they want or enjoy--- namely sports on-the-go.
      In Lycos, Breaking Data team up for sports app
    3. The new LYCOS Sports mobile app personalizes professional sports content to anonymous individuals based on what they find relevant and useful, in the fastest fully automated fashion available, and all while on the go.
      In Breaking Data Corp. and LYCOS Launch New Lycos Mobile Sports App