One of the dangers of our ever increasing mobile world is that the malware out there is being made available through what they call "drive-by clicking" which potentially makes every link you click on a danger to your security and information. Yahoo and AVG have announced a partnership to help fight that danger.
On the Air has been aquired by Yahoo! for an undisclosed amount. This quite popular video chat application will hopefully help Yahoo gain some momentum in the race to compete with Google's Hangout.
A court in Mexico has recently fined Yahoo Incorporated 2.7 billion U.S. dollars over a breach of contract and because of losses from other advertising mediums.
A controversial new Russian law went into effect today that bans or blacklists any website the government sees as objectionable. The Russian Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Communications agency will be managing the censorship.
A letter sent to Facebook users on November 21, 2012, it informs the near 1 billion users that the company is looking to remove the ability of users to make or vote on changes to Facebook as it currently stands.
Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer, has authorised the company to give all of its US employees a complementary iPhone 5, or an Android or Windows Phone 8 device, putting an end to its previous reliance on BlackBerry phones.
As many as 450,000 account details have allegedly been stolen from a Yahoo server by a new hacker group.
Yahoo and Facebook, locked into a patent lawsuit with each other, have been granted a two-week extension by a federal judge in order to discuss settlement possibilities.
Shortly after release, a severe security flaw was discovered in the Chrome Axis extension released by Yahoo.
Yahoo has launched a mobile application and desktop plugin called 'Axis', the company's attempt at a web browser.
According to Yahoo, Facebook is retaliating against the company by claiming violation of ten patents, some of which Yahoo accuses Facebook of purchasing deliberately for the charge.
Yahoo continues to appear on the decline with word out that the company is making preparations to lay off another 2,000 of its employees. The move was formally announced by the company less than 24 hours ago where recently assigned CEO Scott Thompson went on a spiel about how these job cuts are supposedly going
Facebook has bought a whopping 750 patents from IBM in efforts to protect itself from patent infringement lawsuits.
Yahoo has sued social networking giant Facebook over the alleged infringement of 10 of its patents.
Yahoo is planning to lay off many of its employees, with the figure potentially numbering into the thousands, according to people close to the matter.
Yahoo is attempting to remove itself from a lawsuit filed by an individual in India against social networks that host what the country deems to be “offensive” content.
India wants search engine and social networking firms to censor the internet, claiming that it is “unacceptable” that offensive content is allowed to remain on their websites.
So the Android operating system is a hit and even Google wants to get in to the game by releasing the occasional 'Google phone' that boasts premium hardware and access to the latest firmware version of Android. But for a smartphone OEM to churn out a “Yahoo Phone”? Don't be surprised, but that is exactly
How does the idea of being able to "instantly discover what’s popular to a select group of searchers – by age or gender – over the past day, week or even over the past year", or to have "controls at your fingertips that let you slice and dice Yahoo! searchers by criteria such as gender,
Following rumors that Yahoo is trying to offload its popular social bookmarking service, Delicious, many opportunistic parties have taken advantage of the chaos and come up with their own Delicious boomark importers. Google has joined in the fray in a bid to market its own Google bookmarks as a safe haven. Read On.