Microsoft and Yahoo finally get together, and if Yahoo doesn't see the end coming, that girl is beyond help. Plus: the Apple tablet!
The long-anticipated search and ad partnership between Microsoft and Yahoo was announced this week, followed by lots of analysis. Also in merger news, Sprint and Virgin Mobile connect.
The Microsoft Yahoo hook-up finally happened and now all their friends are glad the drama's over. But they're not getting hitched. Microsoft's shelling out some dough for Yahoo to use Bing and Yahoo's going to sell the crap out of it. In other news we will all die from automatic drones programmed to make their own decisions about who to kill.
The Microsoft Yahoo hookup finally happened and now all their friends are glad the drama's over. But they're not getting hitched. Microsoft's shelling out some dough for Yahoo to use Bing and Yahoo's going to sell the crap out of it.
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