Henrique de Castro previously vice president of Google's worldwide partner business solutions group
Now that Microsoft's revamped and flashy free e-mail service is drawing the spotlight, rivals Yahoo and Google have a clear reason to update their e-mail services.
Yahoo unveiled late Monday the next version of IntoNow that automatically recognizes a song playing on TV, even if it is just background music.
Yahoo picks Google's Marissa Mayer as its new CEO, replacing Scott Thompson.
After hackers leaked more than 450,000 Yahoo passwords, do we need any more proof that our security measures are lacking in both strength and imagination?
Yahoo repairs and explains the flaw that enabled hackers to steal nearly a half million passwords from one of its many services.
UPDATE: Yahoo confirms the data comes from Yahoo Contributor Network (previously Associated Content) but calls it "older" and much of it invalid.
Company failed to take even basic precautions to stop 450,000 usernames and passwords from being exposed.
The hackers say they were able to obtain the credentials through an SQL injection, a common attack method that gave Sony so much trouble in 2011.