In an interview with Yahoo's The Fine Print, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) expressed disappointment that Jan Brewer vetoed SB 1062, the anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill. Said Bachmann: “I believe that tolerance is a two-way street, and we need to respect...
Vizify announced today it is joining the ranks of Yahoo—becoming the latest company to be picked up by Big Purple and included in its seemingly arbitrary suite of startups. It was not made clear how much Yahoo paid for the company, but...Show More Summary
Today Vizify announced that Yahoo has acquired it, adding yet another small company to the purple acquisition machine. Vizify helped its users better visualize and graph their social lives. Vizify, a company founded in 2011, had raised $1.46 million in its life. Show More Summary
Yahoo today acquired visual identity platform startup Vizify for an undisclosed sum, closing a deal that has been in the works for months. The service will be shutting down for existing Vizify bioholders and accounts. “Since last summer,...Show More Summary
Have you been using Google or Facebook to sign into Yahoo services such as Flickr or Fantasy Sports? You won’t be able to in the future, as Yahoo will eventually require a proper Yahoo account instead. Reuters reports that the shiftShow More Summary
Yahoo will make users of its online services, including Fantasy Sports and Flickr, switch to a Yahoo ID
Want to use Flickr, Fantasy Sports, or any other Yahoo service? It's time to drag out your Yahoo credentials.
Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening around the world. Today, we're looking at five important stories Remember that old Yahoo ID? You might want to dig it up. Show More Summary
Yahoo has made some big changes since Marissa Mayer took over as CEO, and the latest is removing the ability to sign-in
Yahoo recently revealed plans to cease support for third-party logins. In 2011, Yahoo made it possible to sign into some of its services with a Facebook or Google account. The change effectively reverses that decision. Yahoo will eventually require users to sign in with a Yahoo ID for all its services. Show More Summary
Yahoo! is aiming to deliver a more personalized experience, and to accomplish this task its decided to remove third-party sign-in from its services. This means users of Yahoo services will have to sign up for a Yahoo ID – if … Continue reading ?
Good morning! Here's what you need to know today: 1. Yahoo Inc will stop letting consumers access its various online services, including Fantasy Sports and photo-sharing site Flickr, by signing-in with their Facebook Inc or Google Inc credentials. Show More Summary
Today in Tech News Digest, Yahoo rejects third-party logins, Japan plans Bitcoin regulation, Project Spark comes to Xbox One, Twitter talks “impressions,” Steve Ballmer talks retirement, Microsoft nags Windows XP diehards to move on, and Arduboy brings Tetris to the business card. Show More Summary
Yahoo is planning to push users of its online services to register for a Yahoo ID to access its services — and will be removing the extant option for users to sign in with Google or Facebook credentials. Noting the change earlier, Reuters...Show More Summary
Use your Google or Facebook account to log in to any Yahoo services? Not much longer you don't: s0on, you'll need a Yahoo sign-in to access any of Yahoo's products. Read more...
Yahoo, Google, Facebook: these are some of the big names of the tech industry and not necessarily friends with one another. Yahoo and Google provide similar services that compete against one another, and Facebook’s own service is a competition of Google’s Google+ to a certain extent. Show More Summary
Yahoo started allowing users to log in to its services with their Facebook and Google IDs in 2011, but now it is putting an end to that, starting with the... Keep reading ?
UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta says that the company removed UFC middleweight contender Vitor Belfort from a title bout with Chris Weidman on May 24. According to an interview with Yahoo! Sports, Fertitta elaborated on the subject, stating...Show More Summary
In an effort to get you to return to that Yahoo ID from back in the day, Yahoo says it'll be phasing out the ability to login through Google and Facebook accounts. The company says this will allow it to offer "the best personalized experience to...