For the second time, Microsoft has become a jilted suitor. On Monday morning, Yahoo rejected Microsoft's offer to take over the company, despite a pointed letter on Saturday from Microsoft's chief
Facing deadline pressure from Microsoft to consummate the software Goliath's $41 billion buyout bid, web services giant Yahoo said Monday it doesn't necessarily oppose a deal--it simply wants a
Yahoo continued its aggressive mobile push as the web services giant announced the summer 2008 launch of oneSearch 2.0, an expansion of its mobile search service enabling users to initiate queries
The technology industry, corporate political action committees and individuals have contributed more than $15 million so far to U.S. presidential candidates and parties for the 2008 election. More
Mobile application service provider LightPole announced the release its LightPole Publishing System, a solution promising publishers, bloggers and other content providers the tools to distribute
Yahoo continues to resist Microsoft's acquisition overtures--The New York Times reports that while the software giant is preparing to ramp up its takeover bid by launching a proxy contest next week,
Web services giant Yahoo announced the launch of Yahoo onePlace, a mobile content management solution promising to instantly organize personalized information and content into a single location.
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Mobile browser developer Opera Software announced Google is once again the default search engine in its Opera Mobile and Opera Mini browsers, a year after
Yahoo is developing a new multi-platform advertising initiative the web services giant promises will simplify how brands and marketers operate their digital efforts. Dubbed Apex--i.e.,