Web service provider Yahoo! said it will be streamlining its business and plans to shut down some of their services. Among the services that may be affected are social bookmark Delicious; online news aggregator Buzz; and search site AlltheWeb and Altavista.
This afternoon, Yahoo! Singapore treated the local media to a preview of their latest Yahoo! Mail Beta and Yahoo! Messenger Beta. The Yahoo! Mail Beta was recently launched in US, well, you can try it out today (http://features.mail.yahoo.com/). The new Yahoo! Messenger beta isn’t available yet, but the company assures us it is coming very soon.
Remember the agreement signed between Microsoft and Yahoo! a long time back (a whole year, to be precise)? It seems that some of the terms and conditions of that agreement has already been implemented: starting today, Yahoo! USA and Canada will have its search engine powered by Microsoft’s Bing. Read on for more information.
Yahoo! has launched their YOUREKA! online and offline digital treasure hunt designed to connect users with their offerings, and chance to win attractive prizes. Yahoo! users just need to look for colored tickets seeded online in various Yahoo! services like Messenger, Mail or News, and they can redeem it for various giveaways including the grand prize of a Honda
The Australian government has commenced laying fibre-optic cables in Tasmania as part of an ambitious plan to connect 90% of homes to a high-tech broadband network. The massive project, reportedly worth a whopping USD37 billion, has garnered interests from the US and other countries which have similar plans. This is certainly no easy task considering