Yahoo`s `forgotten` domain names up for grabs

Yahoo is reportedly set to auction off its old web domains this week that the search engine claims to have `stumbled across`, such as and

German journalists advised to stop using Google, Yahoo

The union representing German journalists advised its members on Thursday to stop using Google and Yahoo because of reported snooping by US and British intelligence.

US NSA hacked millions of emails from Google, Yahoo servers: Report

In the latest revelations to further hit the US, a report has emerged saying that the National Security Agency tapped into and lifted data from the communication links connecting Google and Yahoo servers across the world.

Govt could ban official use of gmail, yahoo by year-end

Wary of cyber snooping, the government could ban e-mail services such as Gmail and Yahoo for official communications by December this year in a move to safeguard its critical and sensitive data.

Yahoo acquires image search and discovery start-up LookFlow

Yahoo has reportedly acquired a California-based startup with technology that incorporates artificial intelligence into a platform for image search and discovery, LookFlow.

Yahoo closing Cairo office

Yahoo on Wednesday said that it is closing its Egypt office as part of an effort to restore the faded Internet star to former glory.

Incredible map reveals Google `most popular` site across globe

Google is the clear winner when it comes to popularity and usage across the world as revealed by an interesting map made by Oxford Internet Institute researchers.

Yahoo settles copyright lawsuit with Singapore Press Holdings

US internet giant Yahoo has settled a two-year lawsuit filed by Asian media group Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) over the reproduction of its news content without permission.

Yahoo lands in privacy row after reassigning dormant email ids

Yahoo has again come under the fire over privacy issues as its users are complaining that sensitive information is being received on email ids which were recently reassigned after being in dormant state for a year.

Microsoft gives facelift to Bing to compete with Google

Microsoft has revamped its search engine Bing by incorporating a new look and features, such as social search options, and adaptability across devices.

Yahoo unveils new logo

New Yahoo updated its logo with slimmer letters but kept the trademark purple colour and exclamation point.

Govt may ban use of Gmail, Yahoo in official communications

Wary of cyber snooping, the government may ban use of e-mail services like Gmail and Yahoo for official communications so as to safeguard its critical data.

Flickr soon to feature improved facial recognition

Yahoo! has announced its acquisition IQ Engines, a start-up company specializing in face and image recognition technologies.

US deployed Facebook, Google, Yahoo as secret agents

In another string of exposure related to US surveillance programme, it has been disclosed that US’ National Security Agency and FBI were using Facebook, Google and many other US-based companies to get access to user data.

Court stays proceedings against 13 US websites

Delhi court said proceedings against 13 websites, including Facebook and Google, are "stayed" in a complaint case which accused them of promoting class enmity and undermining national integrity.

Yahoo`s latest `buying spree` acquisition is FB browser developer RockMelt

Internet Corporation Yahoo, continuing with its acquisition spree has reportedly bought a US start-up that built a web browser tied to Facebook`s social media network.

Yahoo buys back shares from hedge fund

Yahoo! said today it agreed to buy back 40 million shares from a hedge fund which sought a shakeup of the Internet giant last year.

Yahoo wants FISA objections revealed

Internet Corporation Yahoo has reportedly asked the US surveillance court to allow it publishing files related to its fight against the alleged `snoop-op` Prism in 2008 led by the NSA.

Yahoo shuts pioneering search engine AltaVista 18 years on

Internet Corporation Yahoo has finally drawn the curtains on pioneering search site AltaVista this morning.

Yahoo follows the league in publishing US govt sought `snoop data`

Internet corporation Yahoo has followed the league of technological companies in publishing reports about `snoop data` requests made by the US government.