The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech giant has made yet another acquisition: a video app that was funded by DreamWorks.
The company wants to create a place for people to share user-generated videos created through its app, hopefully setting itself from a crowded field.
In line with its focus on the stuff users read and view, the Internet giant acquires a "content delivery network" to help with its media efforts.
Apparently, acquiring just one online-video startup this week wasn't enough for Yahoo. The tech giant welcomes the folks at Evntlive, an online platform for live and on-demand concerts, to its video team.
The company announces some small updates to Yahoo Screen, but the changes point to what Yahoo says it has recently been emphasizing: personalization.
Of the almost 40 companies Marissa Mayer acquired since taking over Yahoo in 2012, artificial intelligence service Aviate — and not Tumblr — may turn out to be the biggest catch.
A look at a new sports app for the iPad. It's a shame that it doesn't work with the Olympics.
Can't make a dent in games or entertainment apps? Maybe turn your eye towards the business world.
MoPix unveils a platform that allows filmmakers to upload movies into packaged apps, complete with DVD-style extras.
Five months ago, EA pulled "The Simpsons: Tapped Out" from the App Store after critical connection problems and bugs. An executive talks about its return.