ChaCha (search engine)


ChaCha was a human-guided search engine. It provided free, real-time answers to any question, through its website, via text messaging, or by using one of the company’s mobile apps. ChaCha was founded in 2006 by Scott A. Jones and Brad Bostic. Its name comes from the Mandarin Chinese word cha, which means “to search.”

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