Life and Style 'Angry Birds' and other mobile game users are reportedly leaving their personal information open to secret harvesting by government spies

Metadata from iPhone and Android apps can leak data about the phone's model, age of users, gender and location

Yahoo adds Twitter messages to search results

Yahoo is including more Twitter messages in its search results to give people a better sense about what's happening on the Web.

Tiger Woods sex scandal takes over the web

The Tiger Woods sex scandal is bringing increased traffic to search engines and other internet sites.

Google top search engine at avoiding scams

Even search engines can get suckered by internet scams.

'Stalker' warrants served at Yahoo and Google over nude video

Search warrants have been served at Yahoo and Google in connection with a man accused of secretly recording nude videos of ESPN reporter Erin Andrews.

Yahoo expands integration with Facebook

Yahoo will let users of its email, photo-sharing and other online products link their content and activities directly into Facebook, the world's No. 1 Internet social network.

Egypt applies for first Arabic domain

Egypt will apply for the first internet domain written in Arabic, its information technology minister said a conference grouping Yahoo's co-founder and others to discuss boosting online access in emerging nations.

James Hong: 'Whether it was viral or word of mouth, it was always based on the content'

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Windows 7 sales 'fantastic,' says Ballmer

Sales of Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system have been "fantastic" in Japan since its launch last month, CEO Steve Ballmer said yesterday.

Yahoo teams with OneRiot on real-time search

Looking to match rivals in providing up-to-the-minute Internet search results, Yahoo is running tests with several real-time search partners, sources familiar with the matter said yesterday.

CEO vows to get 'pathetic' Yahoo back on 'tippy toes'

With its stock in a three-year funk, Yahoo set out yesterday to persuade investors the internet company's struggles are nearly over.

Yahoo finally getting out of the woods

Yahoo may finally be pulling out of a three-year slump that cast aside two CEOs and spurred a cost-cutting spree that led to about 2,000 layoffs.

Murdoch blasts search engine 'kleptomaniacs'

News providers say their content is being exploited by Google and Yahoo

Super investor starts dumping Yahoo shares

Financier Carl Icahn, one of Yahoo's largest stockholders, has sold 12.7 million shares to whittle his holdings in the slumping internet company down a percentage point to a 4.5 per cent stake.

Antitrust probe could derail Microsoft, Yahoo deal

Yahoo and Microsoft hope that by joining forces, they can tilt the balance of power in internet search away from Google.

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