Security researchers have uncovered a criminal botnet that has stolen over 2 million passwords from sites like Facebook and Google.
France: a land known for its illustrious history, fine wines, Zinedine Zidane's headbutt in the World Cup final and, most recently, a new ruling that aims to restrict access to illegal video streaming sites.
Katie Couric has accepted a position as Yahoo's new Global Anchor - so what does that even mean, and has Yahoo finally defined itself as a media company?
Now Instagram images aren't the only photos you can turn into memorabilia; Flickr is now getting the print treatment too. Although, differing from Instagram, is taking a more in-house approach.
Flickr on Tuesday announced a new Photo Book service, allowing users of the photo-sharing site to quickly and easily create image-filled hardcovers. Prices start at $34.95 for a 20-page book.
Yahoo is selling off 29 of its unused or under-used domains, like sandwich.com, religious.net, and cyberjokes.com. The URL barn sale could net the company as much as $3.5 million – not bad for a couple dozen dusty URLs.
The NSA is at it again. But this time, they are secretly scooping up hundreds of millions of records from Google and Yahoo by tapping into the links between these companies' data centers.
Frustrated by Tumblr search? You weren't the only one. But with a helping hand from Yahoo, the feature is much improved and you can now find everything you're looking for instead of just hashtagged content.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but for Yahoo Mail users who prefer the old version of their email over Gmail, it's unacceptable.
Continuing to make improvements since its major overhaul earlier this year, Flick is redesigning its photo page with better navigation and features. Viewers can also see detailed EXIF data when available.
In case you still had doubts about the lordship of Google and Facebook over the Web, this 'Age of Empires'-themed map will set you straight.
Marissa Mayer's plan to bring back My Yahoo? Taking it to the streets. Er, tweets ... as in retweets.
The new purple logo is here - but what about all the passed over icons that didn't make the cut? Well there's a good reason.
As promised, Yahoo unveiled a new logo last night following a build-up that lasted a colossal 30 days. So has it been worth the wait? Of course, only you can be the judge of that....