One of Yahoo’s most successful product launches in recent years has been Yahoo Answers, which is showing more than 50 percent year-over-year growth in pageviews, according to comScore. Yahoo keeps pushing the crowd-sourcing property, which lets 95 million registered members around the world answer each others questions.
Now Yahoo Answers is going mobile, with results from the service to be included in Yahoo’s mobile search, known as oneSearch. My guess is that this is just the start and Yahoo Answers will add more mobile features over time, such as the ability to ask and answer questions on the go, in addition to looking up previous answers. Wikipedia results will also be included in the upgraded oneSearch.
(The Yahoo Search blog follows up with details).