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.
Since taking over Yahoo in 2012, Marissa Mayer has bought companies at a breakneck clip. Yahoo's mobile czar, Adam Cahan, says the reason is simple: because they had to.
As the Chinese e-commerce company prepares for its US market debut, the clock ticks for Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s turnaround effort to bear fruit.
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.
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.
The company announces some small updates to Yahoo Screen, but the changes point to what Yahoo says it has recently been emphasizing: personalization.
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.
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.
MoPix unveils a platform that allows filmmakers to upload movies into packaged apps, complete with DVD-style extras.