Last week, on October 8th 2013, marked Yahoo Mail’s sweet 16, and to celebrate Yahoo released a brand new Mail experience on desktop, iOS, and Android devices. The new Yahoo Mail brings about some great new features – one of my favorite being the introduction of conversations – allowing you to view emails grouped in threads – and something Google’s Gmail has had for quiet a ...
Moving forward with the reworking of their network, Yahoo has launched completely new web hosting plans and services. First off Yahoo has joined the recent Website Builder craze and launched a new site builder of their own called Yahoo Site Solutions – which is packed with features such as photo and video galleries; customizable contact forms; social network integration and ...
Yahoo has created quiet the stir around themselves lately, especially with their 30 Days of Change campaign which I have mentioned on here numerous times. The 30 Days of Change campaign was counting down till today, the day the brand new Yahoo! logo gets released; and I was rather excited for it. We were promised a new, modern, and whimsical ...
Today marks day 29 in Yahoo’s 30 Days of Change. I myself am quiet anxious to see the reveal of the new logo tomorrow; however in the meantime let’s touch base on what the new logo’s on days 22 through 29 look like. If you have missed the ones before that, I have outlined the first 8 days worth of ...
Continuing on with all of the recent changes Yahoo has been making lately in an effort to revive their image, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Movies, Yahoo Music, Yahoo TV, Yahoo omg!, Yahoo Games and Yahoo Weather have all received a new, modern, redesign. The new redesign finally starts to put a consistent design and navigation across the Yahoo site network – which I am sure will result in an increase ...
We are in the last stretch of Yahoo’s 30 Days of Change – a campaign aimed at bringing attention to the changing Yahoo! logo until the official new logo is released on September 4th. With just 9 days left I wanted to do another quick re-cap to follow up with my original post, 8 Days in Yahoo! Logo’s 30 Days of ...
We are on day 8 since Yahoo! has announced their 30 Days of Change – a campaign aimed at bringing attention to the changing Yahoo! logo until the official new logo is released on September 4th. Yahoo! maintains a dedicated page to display each of the new logo’s for each of the 30 days, and if you’ve been following along ...
Much like Google did last year, Yahoo is going through their collection of online services and tools and cleaning that collection up. Throughout July and through to September there will be a variety of services which will be shut down. The list below lists the services that have been, and will be shut down – along with a few alternatives ...
In a post on the Yahoo! Tumblr yesterday, Yahoo! SVP of Search – Laurie Mann announced a fresh new redesign of the U.S. Yahoo search engine. The redesign introduces a much more cleaner and modern look, with a new top navigational bar, and more real-estate available for search results. When it comes to search, nothing should stand between you and ...
Yahoo has confirmed a a global, non-exclusive agreement with Google to display ads on various Yahoo! properties and certain co-branded sites using Google’s AdSense for Content and Google’s AdMob services. Yahoo users wont actually notice much of a difference as far as how or where ads appear – the only difference will be that Google Adsense advertisements will now be mixed ...