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Yahoo scoops up mobile analytics firm Flurry to strengthen their mobile products

Yahoo has been on a mission to strengthen their mobile products for a while now and to push that envelope even further, the company has now announced they'll be acquiring mobile analytics firm Flurry after having reached a definitive agreement. Flurry, was started in 2008 and today has reached over 170,000 developers across 1.4 billion devices monthly with their services being offered to pretty much every mobile operating system out there one way or another.

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Yahoo! at CES, launches tech news site, focuses on videos, acquires Aviate

Of all the keynotes at CES on day one, the Yahoo! one with CEO Marissa Mayer way in heavy attendance. The search giant has gone through some major identity changes in the last few months, with a refreshed team refocusing on the company’s strengths. What are those? Search, Communications, Digital Magazines and Video (don’t forget they own Flickr and Tumblr now).

Today, the company had a few major announcements to bring to its audiences, and we have to admit, the company isn’t just getting a re-polishing, but rather some serious thought is going to their content.

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Yahoo! Weather gets updated, now available on the iPad

Once of the best looking weather apps you'll find anywhere, Yahoo! Weather, has received an update today which brings new sharing features and at long last proper iPad support. It's a universal app, so no additional download is required, and it looks even more stunning on the larger screen than on the iPhone.

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Yahoo! Finance update brings all new look, better personalization

Yahoo! has released a new version of Yahoo! Finance for iOS. The app has a completely new interface, in line with the redesigns of other Yahoo apps, like Mail and Weather.

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Flickr update brings Auto Upload to iOS 7

A most wanted feature for many, Yahoo! has now finally delivered auto upload to its Flickr app for iOS 7. The feature will automatically upload photos from your iPhone to your Flickr account at full resolution, and can be customized to upload only on WiFi, or to use cellular if you so desire.

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Yahoo! Screen aims to reimagine video for mobile devices

Yahoo! has released Screen, a video app that brings on-demand content from several providers, including Comedy Central, ABC News, and The Onion, along with video from the web. You can select popular videos or find something to watch on your own, and share videos you like with Facebook, Twitter, and email.

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Flickr for iOS gets a filter upgrade and some new camera and editing tools

Yahoo! has pushed out a pretty sizeable update to their Flickr app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with new and customizable filters and a bunch of new editing tools on board. Theres a new filter pack to choose from, and the filters are now 'live' so you get to assess how things look before snapping your photos.

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GhostBird acquired by Yahoo!, Kitcam and PhotoForge 2 now removed from the App Store

GhostBird Software, the developers of Kitcam and PhotoForge 2, has been purchased by Yahoo! to become part of the Flickr team. As a result, both applications have now been removed from the App Store, though will continue to work for anyone who has already downloaded them. Equally, if you've ever had either of the apps you'll still be able to re-download them. While disappointing for fans of their apps -- we love Kitcam here at iMore -- the guys from GhostBird are looking forward to their new endeavours:

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Flickr gets overhauled with a new UI and 1TB free storage. For everyone!

Yahoo! sure has been busy, as the very same day as they announced their acquisition of Tumblr, Flickr got a major overhaul at a press event in New York City. The headlines; a brand new and much better looking UI and 1TB of storage. For free. For everyone. That's right, 1TB. Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer writes:

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Yahoo! buys Tumblr, and the CEO promises not to screw it up

Having been much rumored in recent days, today came the official announcement that Yahoo! had in fact closed a deal to acquire Tumblr. The deal is reported to be worth a cool $1.1 billion in cash, and CEO Marissa Meyer said her piece:

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