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Yahoo has published their “Year in Review,” covering search over 2008. They’re keen to point out that it isn’t just what the top 10 searches were, but Top 10s of lots of catagories. Beyond the Top 10s there’s also some analysis of what those things could have meant.
Yahoo has finally released Fire Eagle, their much-discussed location service. Bloggers have been banging on about it for ages, which became all the more heightened after it was shown to the delegates by Tom Coates at eTech in March.
Search engine giants turn down Microsoft’s “take it or leave it” offer.
Yahoo is on the move again after their shenanigans with Microsoft and the possible take over. Today they’ve announced that they’re getting in to ad-supported downloadable games.
Bill Gates and Co give up on Yahoo takeoever; market not thrilled.
The tussle between Yahoo and Microsoft has gone through a couple of extra rounds of late. We thought we’d bring you up to date with the current state of play. Back in Feb Microsoft offered Yahoo $44Bn. Yahoo said no thanks.
New advertising opportunities ahoy as Yahoo launch site for the laydees.
New tool designed to help punters manage mobile content.
It’s being reported that there’s ‘secret’ discussion going on between Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp and Yahoo, apparently in an attempt to find an alternative route to Microsoft buying it.