Yahoo news stories - Page 2
Kiwi Yahoo users' passwords safe...for now
While the new option may make it easier for users to login, it potentially makes it much easier for hackers to break into Yahoo accounts.
New update to Gmail incorporates all email providers
The new Gmail app will work not only with Gmail addresses, but also with Outlook, Yahoo and any IMAP- or Exchange-based email accounts.
Yahoo gets serious about mobile messaging apps
Snapchat, MessageMe, and Blink investments signal Yahoo’s commitment to messaging
Yahoo! Community goes to the web...
The news that Commnity is headed to Yahoo for a sixth season has delighted fans (and me) of the now un-cancelled series.
Telecom set for Yahoo Xtra email security update...
"We’ve been contacting affected Xtra users by phone, SMS, email and post, and while we’re pleased to see a number of customers have chosen to make the change themselves, there is still a way to go."
How to secure your Yahoo Xtra email account…
Fresh from updating users on new Yahoo Xtra email security measures, Telco offers Kiwis advice on how to combat any further breaches.
Telecom updates users on new Yahoo Xtra email security measures
Telco contacts select Xtra email users, as together with service provider Yahoo it applies the latest in a programme of security enhancements to the Xtra email platform.
Yahoo email under new wave of security attacks...
Yahoo has warned that its email service is under a new wave of security attacks, urging users to display extreme caution when checking messages.
$58m down the drain as Yahoo no.2 becomes a pain
"I made the difficult decision that our COO, Henrique de Castro, should leave the company. I appreciate Henrique’s contributions and wish him the best in his future endeavours."
Telecom warns Kiwis over Yahoo Xtra spam attacks
Telecom Retail CEO Chris Quin is today warning Yahoo Xtra customers about a spam email circulating around some Yahoo Xtra email accounts.
OPINION: Time for Xtra to shrug off Yahoo?
We're only two weeks into the New Year but there is another issue with Yahoo. leaving many wondering will Telecom bring its Xtra email service back in house?
Should online porn be blocked by default?
In the balance between freedom and responsibility have we have neglected our responsibility to children?
US govt whisteblower revealed
"I understand that I will be made to suffer for my actions," says US whisteblower Edward Snowden, currently holed up in a Hong Kong hotel.
Tech giants deny US govt privacy probe
Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook, Yahoo and other US companies deny assisting US officials in collecting customer private data since 2007.
Is Yahoo's treatment of Flickr a sign for Tumblr
Yahoo announces big redesign for Flickr, everyone gets 1TB of photo storage, can Tumblr expect the same treatment ?
Yahoo nears $1.1bn Tumblr acquisition
Rumours claim board approves move to buy blogging platform site, for an alleged US$1.1bn.
Yahoo chairman resigns
The man who helped bring Marissa Mayer to the company will not seek reelection to the Yahoo board of directors.
Mayer's mobile vision for Yahoo
CEO wants to focus on mobile as her big game plan for Yahoo, but will she pull it off?
Telecom renews Yahoo Xtra commitment following breach
Telco finishes comprehensive review of email security, concluding it must do better.
Yahoo inspires confidence through teenage millionaire
"The money is there, just waiting for clever new moves", says 17-year-old Nick D'Aloisio, who just sold his smartphone news app for US$30 million.
Yahoo spring clean sees seven products dumped
Marissa Mayer uses old Google philosophy, scrapping seven underperforming products during a company clear out.
Working from home or hardly working?
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer sparks debate after banning staff from working from home, with critics believing the company will suffer as a result.
iPhone 5 hits two million Chinese sales
Fastest iPhone rollout ever sees two million Chinese sales three days after its launch.
Yahoo reveals new email service
CEO Marissa Mayer unveils overhaul of Yahoo Mail this morning.