As Yahoo brings more resources in (tapping out considerable financial and brainpower reserves simultaneously), other things have to go.
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Bing's 'Image Widget' lands the software, services, and devices giant in hot water. The damages to Getty are "incalculable," the lawsuit says.
Chinese regulator visits Accenture's Dalian office to access Microsoft-related documents as part of an ongoing anti-monolopy investigation on the software vendor. The NYSE-listed consulting firm insists it's "not part of the antitrust probe".
Remember Compuserve? AOL? Yahoo? Secondlife? Facebook? Yeah, you remember Facebook now - but not for long. 'Social' services have a definite lifecycle and Facebook may be on the downside.
Apple has reached an out-of-court settlement and will potentially pay millions in damages to lay an antitrust lawsuit regarding ebook price fixing to rest.
Two very large email providers decide to deal with phishing and other attacks by setting a harsh DMARC policy, causing a storm of bounce messages.
Intertrust alleged Apple violated more than a dozen patents in the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac products, relating to security software technologies.
Top executives from Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, AOL, LinkedIn, and Twitter have published a joint statement calling for greater oversight and transparency about the NSA's secret operations.
Verizon says that the issues raised by the Snowden leaks are questions for society, not press releases.
A lawsuit brought against AOL accusing executives of committing fraud ahead of Microsoft's $1bn patent purchase has been dismissed.
Maybe canceling the work-from-home option at Yahoo wasn't such a terrible move after all.
The four major advertising giants have signed voluntary codes to help combat online nasties and to improve the integrity of online e-commerce.
The U.S. enterprise software company raises funds from Tenaya, Dragoneer, Benchmark, Index and Yahoo.
He says they are hiding from their responsibilities.
If you have a mobile app, now is the time to pitch it to Yahoo.
Microsoft is reportedly only days away from receiving a formal antitrust complaint after the software giant left out its required 'browser choice' screen to 28 million users. Record fines loom not far away.
Europe's antitrust chief has said Microsoft will "comply" with regulators' demands even if the software giant is handed heavy fines for (apparently) inadvertently flouting EU law.
Microsoft had admitted responsibility following scrutiny from European antitrust authorities into claims the software giant may have failed to fully comply with an earlier 2009 ruling.
The software giant has won a small reduction in its antitrust fine over Windows interoperability but failed to have it dismissed entirely, after the EU's General Court threw out all of Microsoft's main arguments
PubMatic raises $45 million, the latest salvo in the arms race over advertising technology. Will they go public, or sell privately? The ripples touch tech's giants: Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL.
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