If you still have a soft spot for goo ‘ol Yahoo! then you’re in for a surprise, the struggling search company is set to unveil a new logo next month to usher in a new era of Yahoo! The new logo will incorporate the new brand that has seen a lot of restructuring and loads…
Yahoo today announced their plans to shut down a dozen of their services, luckily for its users, some of the services will be replaced, although those that won’t be, will have to seek alternatives.
Yahoo has been on a seemingly record-breaking buying spree as of late, earlier this week they snapped up popular micro blogging site Tumblr, now they’re rumoured to be interested in acquiring popular pay-TV provider, Hulu, for an undisclosed amount of money.
Mostly overshadowed by the announcement that they have acquired Tumblr for a cool $1.1 billion, Yahoo’s product event yesterday revealed the new Flickr; with an photo focussed UI and a whopping 1TB of free storage for every user.
After having its board vote on the matter yesterday, Yahoo officially announced today that the planned $1.1 billion acquisition of micro blogging site Tumblr is to go ahead.
Rumours are heating up as Yahoo! has scheduled a product related event for Monday afternoon, speculation has lead to suggestions that they will announce a Tumblr acquisition among other things.
Yahoo! has been on a buying spree of late, the latest acquisition by the struggling search giant is rumoured to be micro blogging platform; Tumblr, in a deal expected to go as high as $1 billion.
Google and Bing have been at each other for quite some time now with the fight escalating with Microsoft’s increasingly dramatic Scroogled ads that take aim at showing users that Bing is superior to Google.