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    Yahoo! sign with address at its headquarters in 2007; it always used a purple sign despite the website itself having the red variant By May 2009, Yahoo tweaked the logo by recoloring it from red to purple and removing the logo's outline and shadow.

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  5. Talk:Yahoo! - Wikipedia!

    Merge Yahoo Australia, Maktoob and YahooXtra. These are international variants of Yahoo that are mainly just discontinued joint ventures and acquisitions. All they really need is a few sentences on the main Yahoo page. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Lyanbox782 (talk • contribs) 19:01, 1 April 2021 (UTC) []

  6. Yahoo! Messenger - Wikipedia!_Messenger

    The new Yahoo! Messenger allowed messages to be unsent, deleting them from both the sender and the receiver's messaging page. Group conversations (formerly Yahoo! Chat) The new Yahoo! Messenger allowed private group conversations. Yahoo! Chat was a free online chat room service provided exclusively for Yahoo! users. Yahoo!

  7. Single sign-on - Wikipedia

    Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. True single sign-on allows the user to log in once and access services without re-entering authentication factors.

  8. Houston Astros sign stealing scandal - Wikipedia

    The sign-stealing operations were referred to as "dark arts" within the Astros front office. Diamond's report quoted emails from Luhnow and Astros employees who said Luhnow was not only aware of but also enthusiastic about the sign stealing operations, even though he denied knowledge of them to MLB and in public statements.

  9. RocketMail - Wikipedia

    On 19 June 2008, Yahoo! started the RocketMail brand again by allowing new users to sign up for accounts under the domain, which had not been possible since its acquisition of Four11 Corporation. In April 2013, Yahoo! closed support for creating new RocketMail email addresses; existing RocketMail accounts were not affected.