The Net pioneer had already idled the site for sharing and combining online videos, but now it's closing it June 15.
Economic pressures lead the Internet pioneer to direct online video users to its Flickr site. For video editing at least, Yahoo forsakes the cloud.
The service to improve video quality will shut down December 31, to be replaced by desktop software to accomplish the same thing.
Apple pulls out of Macworld conference; Yahoo trims video services, while Motorola trims employee salaries; and New York considers a tax on digital downloads.
Chad Dickerson, who had led Yahoo's Brickhouse effort to develop new technologies, is now CTO of online storefront start-up Etsy.
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