And why others were not.
Content may be king, but Yahoo’s trying to hold court.
But not the last.
And Tumblr users are not happy.
Google cleans up its blogging act.
It’s what Yahoo’s new mobile developer suite is really all about.
Nothing lasts forever, especially in tech.
Google’s Safari contract ends in 2015; let the bidding begin.
Mozilla has dropped its longtime search partner.
Whatever that was.
How dare they use third-party apps!
One security researcher begs to differ.
It’s an enticing target for hackers.
Which may kickstart its mobile-advertising business.
Tech companies admit their lack of diversity is a problem. But admitting it is a great start to help change the ratio.
The Web 2.0 events site is getting a reboot with help from Kickstarter, Twitter and Foursquare.
Apple may be inclined to help loosen Google’s lock on discovering online information.
A Q&A with Jackie Goldberg on Yahoo’s redesigns, iconic purple, and her life as a designer.
Twitter is the latest company to launch ads that help you download an app, but it definitely won’t be the last.