Mozilla and Yahoo sue each other over default search engine deal
It all comes down to one problematic contract clause made in 2014.
Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp resigns
It's the end of an era for the social site.
Hacker in massive Yahoo breach expected to plead guilty
He won't fight charges that he helped swipe 500 million accounts.
Tech incubator Y Combinator severs ties with Peter Thiel
Why he's no longer involved is a mystery.
US-UK plan would share tech companies’ data with both governments
The agreement would require a change in US laws.
Yahoo's 2013 hack impacted all 3 billion accounts
Not just one billion as previously announced -- it was all of them.
Watch the NFL's London game at 9:30AM Eastern
It's a rare chance to watch American football for free anywhere on Earth.
US judge says Yahoo data breach victims have the right to sue
The victims have to deal with the risk of identity theft, after all.
Inside LeEco's spectacular fall from grace
From "Netflix of China" to crumbling empire.