UpdatedFrom June 30 you'll need a Yahoo account if you want to access Flickr.
Yahoo-owned photo-sharing app has a slick new look and an auto-sync feature to back-up full resolution snaps.
Gary MarshallFlickr is now a minnow compared to Facebook - but that's fine, because it can concentrate on being the best instead.
Yahoo-owned photo-sharing app is making a play to win back mobile snappers who jumped ship for Instagram.
BlipYahoo will showcase a new logo every day for 30 days until the official logo is revealed early next month.
Microsoft recommends users try the services' official apps, though those don't even exist yet.
Do your AltaVista searches while you still can - Yahoo is shutting down one of the longest-running search engines.
Gary MarshallFlickr used to be simple: basic accounts were free, and Pro ones were $25ish per year. Now Yahoo!'s chasing ads and that means no more pros and some crazy pricing.