It is not new that many companies are getting the batteries to eliminate the use of passwords. Not surprisingly, the use of these characters is often a dangerous task that can lead to all sorts of problems, including theft of data and accounts. Therefore, major technology companies are taking steps forward in their elimination. One of the latest was Yahoo, thanks to its characteristic Yahoo Account Key.
If you use Yahoo Mail, you may have noticed a new option called Yahoo Account Key is available. This completely eliminates the use of passwords, verifying the identity of users using only the mobile terminal. Thus, every time you want to connect to email service, your phone will receive a notification that only needs to press to open the account. Continue reading “Yahoo Account Key: Yahoo wants to do away with passwords”
Yesterday was the sixteenth birthday of Yahoo Mail and to celebrate Yahoo has decided to make the user experience when using their mail to be more elegant and intuitive, both on our computer and iOS and Android.
Conversations were built for those who prefer to see their email messages grouped by chains. It has also been redesigned Yahoo Mail to be more efficient. The things that are usually as search, point out some mail as a favorite, or delete have become one-click actions, appearing when the mouse moves over any mail. It will also give more space to the inbox and can be minimized toolbar on the left. Continue reading “Yahoo updates its email and gives 1TB storage”
Yahoo! has followed fashion imposed by Google, to clean lightly used services or simply had been replaced by more recent. And is not that Yahoo! has many followers of this side of the pond, since it has increased market share in North America, but under the current leadership which aims to promote one of the most legendary names in Internet with a touch of modernity and creativity, no changes have been made to wait.
Services like Yahoo! Web Player, Foxy Tunes or its own RSS service will close in the next few days. As, few will feel affected by these closures, but there is one that stands out among those of us who were starting to sail in the depths of the first version of the Internet, it’s been a few years ago: the search engine Altavista. Continue reading “Yahoo! does cleaning, closing services and among them will be Altavista”
The most popular online email accounts are Outlook (Hotmail) and Gmail. The Yahoo mail has not yet gotten the number of users that the company wants, and that is why they have decided to bet hard to get take away prominence to Gmail and Outlook.
Precisely for this reason the people of Yahoo, has decided to integrate their mail service Dropbox platform, which will be achieved more easily, attach files to emails. Continue reading “Yahoo! Mail integrates Dropbox in its service”
Yahoo reported new applications for iPhone and Android, as well as a new interface for the PC version of its mail services, which now are faster and easier to navigate
New versions for tablet and mobile mail service of Yahoo and an enhanced interface for desktop computers, has been the announcement made by the American company. Yahoo has been one of the most popular companies on the network a few years ago, even though their service of mail is placed third in popularity according to ComScore. Continue reading “Yahoo unveils a total renovation of its webmail service”
The fate and progress of Internet technologies has not been too kind to Yahoo!, former ruler of the first search engines and messaging programs. Not have been able to compete head to head with similar competitive products, so slowly the company has begun a steep decline that has not stopped even in more recent times, when the company has started a new policy of renewal.
As part of this policy, Yahoo! announces it will close some of its services. Specifically, there will be four of their most popular services will close or remain unchanged background. They are, the Yahoo! public chat, Pingbox, interoperability of Yahoo! Messenger with Windows Live Messenger and Phone in and Phone Out service. Continue reading “Yahoo! closes some of its services”