Wired.com reports that a Kansas-based startup Kozoru has launched Byoms, a new search engine that can be queried with IM chat software instead of a web browser. Now, cell phone users and those fixated on instant messaging can type a search request in plain English. Users type their query into an IM and the system returns relevant links, much like Google, Yahoo, etc. However, the system only returns a handful of results, rather than the hundreds that a web-based search engine would. Currently, using a search engine on a cell phone can be a frustrating process due to connection speeds and the limited amount of space on a cell phone screen. Byoms (“build your own mobile search”) helps alleviate these problems by having users pre-create their own list of favorites, trusted websites, and search queries at Kozoru’s website. Then the user assigns each a unique IM name, which then appears on a user’s buddy list. Finally, a user can then instant message that site with a search request written in a sentences rather than keyword…