Yahoo definitely has a great news app, and not just because I use it. It has been downloaded from the Google Play store over 1 million times and is now
Yahoo’s Aviate home screen launcher gets even smarter this week with the introduction of a new Smart Stream feature. Not unlike what Google Now does for users, Smart Stream adjusts itself
Since Gmail has added support for Microsoft and Yahoo accounts, a new update will make it easier, and more secure for users to log into their accounts.
The National Football league has partnered with Yahoo to bring the first world-wide global broadcast of an NFL game for free. We have the details here.
Recently, Yahoo owned Flickr announced they would be offering 1TB of data back-up for photos, for FREE. That’s right, if you did not know, Flickr will store up to 1TB
The Play Store has become saturated with weather apps and nowadays it’s hard to find one that stands out. Yahoo Weather accomplishes this by providing a clean and accurate app
The other day, I felt like trying something totally strange and different. As I happily use my Nexus 5 throughout the day, I have gotten to the point where I
Although Google made an announcement today with its currently beta Inbox app, that hasn’t stopped Yahoo from releasing a Yahoo Mail update for its Android and iOS apps that brings travel
Yahoo Aviate, after spending quite some time in beta, is finally ready for the public. Yahoo has removed the invite system and the app no longer requires you to have
Yahoo’s Mail app is receiving a fresh update with some new features. The app will now include the ability to browse news, catch up on sports, watch videos and browse
Sometimes it’s nice to be off the grid for awhile. What if you need to look something up, but don’t want it to be recorded everywhere? Now there is an
In another move to bring Yahoo back to its prime, today Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer took to the stage at CES 2014 to announce its newest acquisition that aligns perfectly
Following closely to the news from August when Hugo Barra left Google to join Xiaomi, we now have another employee leaving as well. Jean-Baptiste Queru, Google’s Technical Lead for the Android