Yahoo Japan has decided not to follow Yahoo Inc in moving to use Microsoft's Bing as its search engine, and has signed a deal with Google instead.
Microsoft's search engine continues to grow in market share in a come-from-behind story that has been a great success for the company, and it will now strengthen its efforts to gain notoriety in the mobile space.
Yahoo today ehanced its presence on mobile devices by adding HTML 5 video support to iPad and iPhone versions of Yahoo Web sites, and launching two new apps to the Android Market.
Logitech has debuted a new line of HD webcams that offer 720p for video calls over Skype, Yahoo, Windows Live Messenger and Gmail Voice/Video Chat.
Yahoo has increased its integration with Facebook, allowing users to view their Facebook news feed on Yahoo Mail and the Yahoo home page.
Very quickly after announcing an extended partnership with Nokia, Yahoo has further expanded its presence in the mobile market by acquiring Koprol, a social networking start-up based in Indonesia.
Nokia and Yahoo have formed a "strategic alliance" with the hopes of challenging Apple's wildly successful iPhone.
Nokia and Yahoo, two powerhouse companies that have been blindsighted by emerging technologies around them, are apparently working on something big.
iPad users are male, rich and enjoy using Flickr, according to a Yahoo user analysis.
Carol Bartz, who is my favorite person in the whole world for the next three minutes, thinks Google's kind of one dimensional. Oooh, burn!
The latest company in Google's portfolio comes all the way from Tel Aviv. The online search giant has picked up Israel-based Labpixies for a reported $25 million.
Samsung is to preload Yahoo services on tens of millions more phones, including those running Samsung's own Bada platform and Google Android.
Google has 65% of the search market and everyone else is pushing rocks uphill.
As Yahoo continues an excruciating search to make itself relevant again, the man in charge of the technological side of the company has stepped down after just over 2 years.
A number of Yahoo e-mail accounts belonging to journalists and human rights activists in China and Taiwan were reportedly "compromised" during an attack that took place earlier this week.
You might think Google had enough of a fight on its hands as it protests about censorship in China. But Google, along with Yahoo, is also complaining about newly-released plans to introduce an internet filter in Australia.
Microsoft's Bing search engine took 12.5% of all search engine requests across the globe in February, a new record for the "decision engine."
Yahoo has continued its long, slow and unsurprising decline in the search market space.
Redmond has reared its ugly head and roared, slamming government document tipster site Cryptome with a DMCA notice and getting the site taken down by its hosting provider, Network Solutions, all because it dared to post Microsoft’s boring and standard surveillance compliance policy.
Twitter has sold Yahoo its 'Firehose' - the full feed of public tweets - allowing Yahoo to integrate Twitter feeds into home pages, email accounts and search results.