• Verizon is Acquiring Yahoo for $4.83 Billion

    Verizon is Acquiring Yahoo for $4.83 Billion

    The move will push Yahoo under AOL, another former tech darling that Verizon picked up within the past year.So what does this mean for Yahoo products, like email, sports, finance, and Tumblr?
  • Yahoo Confirms Massive Data Breach, At Least 500 Million Affected

    Yahoo Confirms Massive Data Breach, At Least 500 Million Affected

    According to the announcement, the information for at least 500 million Yahoo users was stolen from the company’s network in late 2014 by what Yahoo is calling a “state-sponsored actor.On the bright side of this awful news, Yahoo announced that unaffected items include unprotected passwords, payment card data, or banking information.
  • Yahoo 'Temporarily' Disables Auto Email Forwarding

    Yahoo 'Temporarily' Disables Auto Email Forwarding

    Thinking of ditching Yahoo for another email provider?According to the Associated Press, Yahoo disabled automatic email forwarding at the beginning of the month.
  • Yahoo Launches Official Answers Now App for Q&A Community

    Yahoo Launches Official Answers Now App for Q&A Community

    Yahoo has a new app publicly available for Android and iOS (was previously in beta), catered to anyone still loving its Answers service.Called Answers Now, folks can submit questions while on-the-go via the app, then receive what should be “high quality” answers from knowledgable users.
  • Stolen Yahoo User Data Sold for $300K

    Stolen Yahoo User Data Sold for $300K

    The treasure trove of data stolen from Yahoo, a breach made public this week, has actually been for sale on the dark Web for several months, according to Bloomberg.Andrew Komarov, chief intelligence officer at cybersecurity firm InfoArmor, tells Bloomberg that a copy of the data was available for $300,000 in August, and three buyers emerged.