Yahoo announced its acquisition of mobile and online video streaming company RayV Friday, the latest example of the tech giant's move to become a content provider. The company faces an uphill battle as it tries to break into the mobile video space where Netflix, YouTube and others are firmly entrenched.
Having made news for canceling the company's work-at-home program, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pushing ahead with plans to transform the company into a mobile-first firm.
In the aftermath of the revelations about widespread National Security Agency surveillance, more email users are turning to encryption to secure their emails.
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Yahoo is now encrypting all traffic running between its data centers, Alex Stamos, Yahoo's new chief information security officer, explains in a blog
The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office has launched a probe into whether BT, the United Kingdom's largest carrier, and ISP, violated the Data Protection Act when BT Mail customer credentials were possibly exposed in clear text, The Register reports.