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Spotlight: Yahoo gets most national security data requests

Yahoo led the way among high-tech U.S. firms in terms of national security data requests during the first half of 2013, according to data released by Yahoo, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft.

Startups get two year delay on government eavesdropping disclosures

No one blames big tech companies for striking a deal with the Obama administration to disclose government data requests to the public. However, startups are not getting the same deal, which makes one wonder why.

News Scan: Yahoo to buy Tomfoolery for $16M; Mobile key to record UK e-commerce sales; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Jan. 28 including Yahoo's latest purchase, the burgeoning sales of mobile devices in the United Kingdom, Intel's plans to win the tablet chip market, the latest numbers on smartphone shipments and Apple's plans to bring the iOS to your car.

News Scan: Mobile devices spur French e-commerce; Apple's enterprise presence grows; more

Quick takes on the latest mobile IT news for Friday, 1/10 including: poll results for e-commerce in France show an increase in online shopping, Apple's climb in enterprise and government spending, Yahoo's acquisition of startup Aviate and what that means for the enterprise, OpenPeak's cloud-based mobility tool that helps out enterprise BYOD policies and Citrix's acquisition of Framehawk to increase business app availability.

Recycled email concerns die quiet death

Nearly six months after it burst on the scene as a top privacy concern, the issue of recycled email accounts seems to have now all but disappeared.

'Some' visitors to Yahoo.com may be infected with malware

Some visitors to Yahoo.com were infected with malware over the course of a few days, says Netherlands-based security firm Fox IT.

Attackers serve up malware to Yahoo visitors at rate of 300,000 per hour

Yahoo's advertising network was recently hacked, and visitors were redirected to a malicious website at a rate of 300,000 per hour, according to Dutch security firm Fox-IT.

Yahoo still struggling to resolve email problems

Yahoo is still working to bring its email service back online, a week after trouble first started. The outage appears to be unprecedented for an organization its size, and is a major source of embarrassment to the Web pioneer that was just starting to regain its credibility.

Google loses marketshare in latest comScore stats, but Microsoft unchanged

Google lost marketshare this month, but it wasn't Microsoft that made the gains.

News Scan: Obsolete IT jobs; Cloud predictions--Did Forrester get them right?; more

Top news stories for Nov. 26, 2013.