Yahoo Q2 Earnings Call: The Marissa and Ken Show, Now in Living Color

Hiyo, if you will, for the Internet age.

Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me: Yahoo’s Latest New Homepage Redesign Tries Dramatic Interactive Tile Look

Apparently, imitation of Flipboard, Window 8, Pinterest, Wonderwall and more is the sincerest form of flattery.

Flipboard CEO McCue Likely to Step Down From Twitter Board Over Potential Future Conflicts (Or Closer Cooperation)

There is a growing feeling that the social communications companies are on a product collision course, with a possible troubled or perhaps more attractive result.


Say It Loud: ATD Relaunches the “Voices” Section

Today, we relaunch a fresh, new “Voices” section to bring you even more writing and information from outside sources. Offering six regular features, Voices will be run by senior editor Beth Callaghan.

FaceTagram? InstaBook? Whatever You Call It, All Your Mobile Photo Are Belong to Facebook (for $1 Billion)!

Actually, it’s pretty simple: Photos. Photos. And, oh yes, mobile photos — lots and lots and lots of them.

All Things Reviewed: Nike+ FuelBand and BodyMedia Armband on WSJ “Digits”

See the latest tech products reviewed by the ATD team, on today’s WSJ “Digits” show.

Getting Into (Data-Tracking) Gear With Nike+ FuelBand

Wearable fitness bands that track daily activity levels have become all the rage. But will they really get you moving? Lauren Goode tests the Nike+ FuelBand and BodyMedia Fit Link armband.

Liveblog: Is Yahoo Still in Search? Indeed and It's Answers Not Links!

At least once a day, BoomTown gets a call from investors, analysts or other troublemaking types–you know who you are!–wondering why Yahoo is still plugging away in search. With a declining market share in the arena and a search technology outsourcing deal with Microsoft, it’s not a bad question to ask. But Yahoo begs to differ, introducing a new feature called Yahoo Search Direct at an event in San Francisco today.

Inside Twitter's Sales Machine: A Secret Guide for Advertisers (Video)

Twitter’s how-to guide tells buyers how to use its new ad platform. And it tells the rest of us how Twitter’s first real effort to make money is working. (Hint: It’s early days….)