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Yahoo plans to release the inactive accounts unless the current owner logs in again before July 15. After that, the identifications will be available to all comers and will be ready to use again in mid-August.
Online retail giant Amazon on Wednesday launched a new Internet shopping site in India-Amazon.in-that will sell books, movies and TV shows, a move that will likely stir up India's fast-expanding e-commerce industry where companies are increasingly hawking products through online market places. HT reports.
Yahoo! unveiled a new search page design Wednesday as part of the struggling Internet pioneer's effort to ramp up competition with Google.
Yahoo users will now have to switch to the search engine's new e-mail service, which is known to be the second or third most popular on the web.
A British telecom company has ditched the third-largest email provider, Yahoo Mail, as its default email service, keeping in view the service's vulnerability to getting hacked.
Google's new music streaming service -- Music All Access -- is coming to iOS, possibly within a few weeks, the company has confirmed.
World's most popular email service by Google is set to have a revamped design and a feature which will pre-sort the incoming mails as per relevant categories.
With the aim of bridging the gap between demand and supply in e-ticketing category, IRCTC spelt out its grand plan to book 7,200 e-tickets per minute in the current fiscal.
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama is all set to reach out to Indians in Hindi.
Google has rolled out a new feature which shows what is or was trending any given month back to 2004. Currently the feature is limited to the US but it is expected to be expanded to encompass other countries soon.
On Monday, June 3, the previous "classic" version of Yahoo! Mail will be superseded once and for all by a new interface, which has been available since December 2012 and through which Yahoo! takes the liberty of scanning and analyzing the content of all email correspondence.
Google's new music service offers a lot of eye candy to go with the tunes. The song selection of around 18 million tracks is comparable to popular services such as Spotify and Rhapsody, and a myriad of playlists curated along different genres provides a big playground for music lovers.
Reinvigorated technology player Yahoo! Monday unveiled a dusted-off design of its Flickr photo platform only hours after the company's dramatic acquisition of blogging site Tumblr.
On May 20 the popular social networking site Pinterest announced updates to its service.
A Roman Catholic prelate has developed a smart-phone application that will help let his parishioners know when and where he is available to listen to their sins.