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Latest Yahoo news

  • Yahoo wants Apple to knife Google

    Yahoo's Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is working on a cunning plan to persuade Apple to ditch Google as its default search engine in favour of Yahoo.
  • Intel could be next target for pro-gay marriage campaigners

    According to Hot Air and using the LA Times's blacklist database, Nate Silver ran the numbers on donations from people who work at Fortune 500 Silicon Valley companies and discovered that a majority of every company's employees donated towards defeating the ban.
  • Yahoo puts the squeeze on government spying

    Yahoo has rolled out HTTPS on almost all aspects of its Internet presence as part of its plan to lock the US government spooks out of its networks.
  • Yahoo rumoured to buy news distribution service

    The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth bit of gossip claiming that Yahoo is in preliminary talks to buy online video service News Distribution Network for $300 million.
  • Aussies want people to decrypt their encryptions

    Yahoo!, Google and Microsoft already enable encryption by default for their respective web-based email services. BlackBerry's messaging encryption has also previously been raised as a law enforcement issue.
  • Yahoo says Yaboo to NSA

    Yahoo is really hacked off with the NSA for snooping on its traffic so it has appointed well-known security researcher Alex Stamos as its chief information security officer.
  • Yahoo claims to have fixed its staffing problem

    Search outfit Yahoo claims to have fixed one of its biggest problems – all the talented staff wanted to work for other companies.
  • British spooks nicked Yahoo webcam pictures

    GCHQ files dating between 2008 and 2010 state that a surveillance program codenamed Optic Nerve collected still images of Yahoo webcam chats in bulk and saved them to agency databases.
  • Microsoft heads into a new error

    CommentStill it is a lot less than Marissa Mayer, who got a compensation package that could total more than $70 million when she took the helm at Yahoo two years ago.
  • Yahoo's results are a real Yahboo sucks

    Yesterday she had to announce that Yahoo's overall revenue fell six percent in the last three months of the year to $1.266 billion, marking four consecutive quarters of eroding revenue. The company said that prices for both online display ads and search ads declined in the fourth quarter.
  • Angry Birds grass you up to James Bond

    One of the dafter spying moves from Her Majesty's Secret Service included monitoring users' Angry Birds games.
  • Google needs British Intelligence

    Facebook recently hired NYU Professor Yann LeCunn to lead its new artificial intelligence lab, IBM’s Watson supercomputer is now working on deep learning, and Yahoo recently acquired photo analysis startup LookFlow to lead its new deep learning group.
  • Mayer fires de Yahoo de Castro

    Yahoo chief operating officer Henrique de Castro who Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer headhunted from Google shortly after she took over has mysteriously cleaned out his desk.
  • Yahoo encryption mocked by many

    Yahoo's encryption has been mocked for being weaker than tea made using a recycled teabag.
  • IT multinationals put in political oar

    CommentAOL, Facebook, Google, Linkedin, Microsoft, Yahoo, Twitter and Apple all spend unknown sums wooing politicos to their own points of view.
  • FBI can turn on your PC camera

    The FBI’s hacker team designed a piece of malicious software that was to be delivered secretly when Mo signed on to his Yahoo e-mail account. The goal of the software was to gather details of the Web sites he had visited and indicators of the location of the computer.
  • Indian email tsar has security fail

    Senior government workers like foreign ministry officials, the information and broadcasting minister and the health ministry secretary, also use Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo instead of their work accounts.
  • Hackers nick Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo passwords

    Hackers have managed to steal millions of Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo data by installing key logging software on peoples' PCs.

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