Yahoo revamped its photo-sharing site in 2013 to be more photo-friendly, but added a purple menu bar across the top that raised user hackles. Recode reports it's on its way out.
Like your Chrome extensions offering multiple functions? Google doesn’t and is removing such extensions from its Chrome app store in 2014.
Those who've written Chrome toolbars or other multipurpose add-ons will have to take a new approach by June or see their software booted from Google's app store. And no new multipurpose extensions are allowed starting now.
Not sure if you have a malicious toolbar or extension messing with your settings? Check out this tool from Google to investigate what's going on with Chrome.
The help feature, which answers specific questions, is already in Office Online. Now it seems to be in the works for the next desktop version, a report says.
The social network's updated app settings page makes it easier to rid yourself of any apps you no longer need or want.
Two Firefox betas focus on media: enabling video streams to Chromecast and Roku via Android-based mobile devices and creating a free in-browser competitor to Skype on desktops.
The Annotate Attachments in Gmail extension lets you annotate attachments right in Gmail and creates cloud-based files for easier collaboration.
A search toolbar released in collaboration between Yahoo7 and Qantas rewards users with frequent flyer points in return for monitoring their web activity.
With the Yosemite public beta available, CNET takes a more in-depth look each week with individual new features from the OS, this week continuing with Yosemite's redesigned interface.