Yahoo disclosed it discovered a data breach from 2014 that affected 500 million accounts. Verizon thinks that could affect its $4.83 billion deal to acquire the company. Verizon is waiting for Yahoo to finish its investigation into the…
It hasn't been a great month for Yahoo. First we hear about a big data breach in 2014, and now apparently Yahoo secretly spied on millions of Yahoo Mail users, searching their incoming emails on behalf of U.S. spy agencies.
Following the explosive report on Yahoo's mass surveillance collaboration with the NSA, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft have all released statements denying that they’ve ever carried out any similar sorts of surveillance.
Yahoo is getting social, and its vehicle? A new news-centric app called Yahoo Newsroom. The new app hopes to make it "easier to discover content relevant to you, and to participate in conversations around issues you are passionate about."
Yahoo Sports has completely redesigned its mobile app for iOS and Android. The app now offers a personalized guide to Major League Baseball (MLB) live-streams, and also hosts selected MLB streams itself.
Spotting online abuse just got a lot easier, and it's all thanks to Yahoo's new method to detect hate speech in online user comments. The new Yahoo algorithm has the capacity to spot abusive messages with around a 90 percent accuracy rate.
Still using Yahoo Messenger for your messaging needs? You may be part of a dying breed, but Yahoo's still got your back. Meet the redesigned Yahoo Messenger desktop app, complete with a number of new features.
Verizon posted its second quarter 2016 earnings report on Tuesday, and investors found the numbers slightly disappointing. It's hoping to rebound with its recent acquisition of media properties from Yahoo.