Displaying items by tag: Yahoo

Wednesday, 13 October 2021 15:16

Pang takes the reins at Limepay

Digital payments company Limepay has appointed Willie Pang as its CEO.

Published in People Moves

GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, Gigamon ANZ: Today’s powerful digital applications often span multiple tiers running on multiple on-premises and cloud platforms. This can lead to a fragmented, inconsistent view of data in motion and visibility gaps and blind spots that make it hard to deliver a secure, optimal user experience.

Published in Guest Opinion

The number of mobile video calling services reached 1.8 billion globally in 2020, rising from 1.2 billion in 2019, according to a new study from Juniper Research.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 30 May 2017 13:55

Kyer to run search at Linius

Video specialist Linius Technologies has appointed Kevin Kyer as executive vice-president of its search division.

Published in People Moves

The average user trusts big name email providers despite multiple data breaches and in some cases trust, according to a recent survey by VPN provider NordVPN.

Published in Security
Friday, 25 November 2016 14:37

Search Party finds a new director at Microsoft

Recruitment services company Search Party has appointed Nick Gundry as a non-executive director.

Published in People Moves

ANALYSIS Reports are emerging that Yahoo!'s claimed 500 million record database breach in 2014 may have been much larger — somewhere between one and three billion — and the company may have deliberately hidden that fact.

Published in Security
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Yahoo says it is “aware” that a stolen database was advertised on the dark web, but it would not confirm or deny that the records were real.

Published in Security
Friday, 13 May 2016 12:36

Tumblr hacked – email breached

Cyber criminals have obtained passwords to Tumblr user email accounts – don’t worry it only affects pre-Yahoo acquisition users.

Published in Security
Thursday, 12 May 2016 15:12

Ransomware closes the ‘House’

The threat of ransomware and security breaches means the US Congressional Chamber has been blocked from using software and apps hosted on Google Cloud service Appspot.com.

Published in Security

It has long been accepted that free services, apps, games, and even operating systems like Google’s Android come at a price – you have to watch advertisements specifically tailored for, and mercilessly served, to you.

Published in Market
Monday, 08 February 2016 08:41

The rise and Tumblr of Yahoo

US based web portal, search, email, and internet services company Yahoo is having a tough time – huge losses, massive asset write-downs, and there are questions about its CEO’s strategy.

Published in Listed Tech

Australian start-up Unlockd’s mobile platform is now available to more than 9 million customers in the United States under a deal with Boost Mobile, a Sprint Telecom company.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

On Yahoo Mail’s 18th anniversary, it is introducing a new multi-provider, Yahoo Mail app. Now one Yahoo fits all.

Published in Apps
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Friday, 21 August 2015 08:41

Tumblr won’t strumlr down undr

Microblogging and social networking site Tumblr staged one of Sydney’s coolest parties last night as part of its chilled launch in Australia.

Published in Apps

Yahoo7 has appointed 15-year digital industry veteran Paul Russell as director of technology for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 13:34

Yahoo7, Sensis team up on advertising

Yahoo7 is to sell advertising across the Sensis network under a new partnership between the two companies.

Published in Resellers
Thursday, 29 January 2015 06:30

Yahoo to cash in on Alibaba stake

ANALYSIS: Yahoo will spin off its US$50 billion stake in Chinese site Alibaba. You may remember Yahoo - it was once the darling of Silicon Valley, but it has become increasingly irrelevant in an Internet dominated by Google and Facebook and other newcomers.

Published in Listed Tech
Friday, 28 November 2014 11:45

Yahoo7 releases 2014 search trends - in November?

With the rest of November and an entire month of 2014 still to go, and with Australia going through the sorrow of cricket legend Phil Hughes tragically passing on the day Yahoo7’s report was issued, maybe Yahoo7 should wait until sometime in mid or even late December to issue what is otherwise a fascinating report on its annual search trend data.

Published in Home Tech
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