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This post misstated the month during which Yahoo Mail began working with Xoopit. It was December.
Company announces plans to make the media file aggregation service inaccessible to Gmail users next month, as it focuses on Xoopit development for Yahoo Mail.
Web pioneer signs agreement to purchase the start-up to add new photo features to Yahoo Mail.
Company is reportedly on its way to acquiring Xoopit, a Firefox extension that lets people share photos, videos, and other media with social networks.
Turn Gmail into a social-networking tool.
Today we talk acquisitions. Both Xoopit and Zappos started out the week as independent companies. Today they're both owned by larger, and more power ones.
Google, Flickroom, and others show just how much Yahoo's photo-sharing site needs an overhaul. Good thing Flickr is working on upgrades.
There's been some confusion around a possible acquisition of the file-swapping site. We clear up the rumors.
Among a bevy of Microsoft stories this week, the company is contributing code for inclusion in Linux, thanks to a Novell fellow. Also: Amazon buys Zappos and PayPal gets a new API.
After months of teasers, the Internet pioneer begins injecting a social element to Yahoo Mail, My Yahoo, and other sites. Will the money follow?