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Yahoo Revenue Better Than Expected, Earnings Not Quite

Yahoo Revenue Better Than Expected, Earnings Not Quite

Yahoo just released its earnings report for the second quarter with revenue up 15% year-over-year. The company reported a net loss of $21.6 million. Revenue after costs paid to partners was pretty much flat. Gross search revenue was also up 15% at $920 million while GAAP search revenue was up 22% at $521 million. Paid clicks were up 13% and …

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If Mobile Addicts Were The Population Of A Country, It Would Be Just Smaller Than The U.S.

If Mobile Addicts Were The Population Of A Country, It Would Be Just Smaller Than The U.S.

Yahoo’s Flurry released a new report looking at people’s addiction to their mobile devices. In short, addiction is on the rise. “On June 29th Bank of America released the findings of its second annual report on Consumer Mobility,” says Simon Khalaf, SVP of Publisher Products at Flurry. “The report showed that the US population is perpetually plugged-in with 71% of …

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Yahoo Mail Makes It Easier To Add Images, Files & Links To Messages

Yahoo Mail Makes It Easier To Add Images, Files & Links To Messages

Google isn’t the only one that announced some email improvements on Thursday. Yahoo announced a new feature for when Yahoo Mail users are composing a message that makes it easier to find and add photos, files, GIFs, or links to their messages. “The new compose experience is simple and fun to use — simply click on the new + icon …

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Yahoo Said To Show Google Results Instead Of Bing In Firefox

Yahoo Said To Show Google Results Instead Of Bing In Firefox

Well, this is odd. Yahoo is reportedly displaying search results – both organic and paid – that are powered by Google when some users search using Mozilla’s Firefox web browser. That is according to Aaron Wall at SEOBook, who has screenshots comparing the usual Bing-powered version of results and the Google-powered ones. It’s completely unclear just how widespread this is …

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Facebook Snags Its New Chief Security Officer from Yahoo

Facebook Snags Its New Chief Security Officer from Yahoo

In April, Uber poached Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan. Now, Facebook has found his replacement. And they took him from Yahoo. Your new Facebook CSO is Alex Stamos. Stamos served as Yahoo’s Chief Information Security Officer. “The Internet has been an incredible force for connecting the world and giving individuals access to personal, educational and economic opportunities that are …

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Yahoo Tries Another Aggressive Tactic To Get People To Change Default Search

Yahoo Tries Another Aggressive Tactic To Get People To Change Default Search

Yahoo is pretty serious about trying to get users to choose its search engine as their default experience. Since last fall, we’ve seen the company try a variety of strategies. Now, they’re even trying to get people to switch to Yahoo when they…install Java updates. That’s the word form The Wall Street Journal, which reports that the company announced a …

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Bing Sheds Light On Yahoo Click Volume

Last month, Microsoft and Yahoo announced some changes to their ongoing search and advertising partnership. Under the new terms, Yahoo would gain increased flexibility to enhance its own search experience on any platform. Also as part of the agreement, Microsoft would be the exclusive salesforce for ads delivered by its own Bing Ads platform, and Yahoo would continue to be …

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Gmail Adds Security For Yahoo & Microsoft Accounts On Android

Last year, the Gmail Android app got a major update that finally enabled users to use third-party accounts, such as those from Yahoo and Microsoft. Now, the app has taken things a step further in the right direction by adding improved security for such accounts. On Wednesday, Google announced Oauth support for Yahoo and Microsoft accounts. Here’s what they had …

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Yahoo Is Shutting Some More Things Down

Yahoo announced its “progress report” on “product prioritization” for Q2, which is essentially the company’s version of Google’s “spring cleaning”. In other words, it’s shutting some stuff down, and reducing support for other things. Last year, Yahoo announced that it would shut down the Yahoo Directory, which basically put the company on the map in the first place. Here’s what …

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Yahoo Lets Advertisers Independently Measure Viewability

Yahoo announced that it is giving advertisers the ability to independently measure viewability and fraud for display and video advertising on Yahoo owned and operated properties as well as media purchased across its programmatic buying platform. Advertisers can choose from third-party measurement solutions from comScore, DoubleVerify, Integral Ad Science, Moat, and others to validate for viewability and fraud. As Yahoo …

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Dianna Agron Critique Called ‘F–king Devastating” by Yahoo [Screenshot Pic]

Dianna Agron gave it her best shot. The former Glee star took to the stage in London’s famed West End at St. James Theatre to show her stuff. The critics were not only not impressed, they were distressed. Not too many West End production criticisms make it to trending news in the United States. We laughed it up when the …

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Flickr Just Got A Big Redesign. What Do You Think?

Flickr just unveiled a major overhaul of its upload, photostream, share and search experience across mobile and desktop. It comes with the company’s advanced image recognition technology. “This new set of tools and powerful search will make it easier to access, organize, and share your photos anywhere,” a spokesperson for Flickr tells WebProNews. So far, I haven’t seen a lot …

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