Yahoo to Cut More Services, Including BlackBerry App
Yahoo today announced plans to reduce the number of products and services it offers so it can further focus on its core strengths. Among the products being cut is the Yahoo BlackBerry App. The app will no longer be available for download beginning April 1, though Yahoo will continue to support those who've already downloaded it. Yahoo also plans to shut down its App Search service, Yahoo! Avatars, Sports IQ, and the Yahoo! Update API.
Yahoo Adds Package Tracking to iOS Mail App
Yahoo today announced an update to its Mail App for iOS devices an added the ability to automatically track packages. According to Yahoo, users will see their shipments from Amazon, eBay, Zappos, Target, Best Buy, Macys.com, and others under the "Yahoo Today" section of the app, which will display shipping date, item description, and expected arrival.
Yahoo Improves Search In Mobile Browsers
Yahoo today said it has refreshed how it displays mobile search results in a way that will help people find what they're looking for quicker. Yahoo explains that rather than offer lists of links, the new search presents results — including images, videos, news, and other details — prominently in a way that's more useful.
Yahoo Adds Gmail Support to Yahoo Mail
Yahoo Mail today gained the ability to manage Gmail and Google Apps accounts. Yahoo relaunched the app in October and made it compatible with AOL, Hotmail, and Outlook.
Yahoo to Trim Yet More Products, Including Games
Yahoo today said it plans to further cut its array of products in order to gain control over costs and help it focus on core offerings. Yahoo Games is among several services to be discontinued.
I didn't know they had a Blackberry App
Misleading article aimed at further discrediting Blacbkerry. No surprise, really, considering Mayer's unfounded contempt for the company.
Yahoo is a terrible company with terrible products...Blackberry should...