Hot on HuffPost Tech:

See More Stories
AOL Tech

Tag: YAHOOMAIL

Yahoo Mail Users Report Lengthy Delays

If your Yahoo Mail account seems to be a little sluggish today, you're not alone. Many users have complained that e-mails are taking hours, or sometimes days to arrive in their inboxes, while other users are having trouble logging into their accounts. Yahoo has yet to offer an explanation for the slowdown, but company spokeswoman Dana Lengkeek dismissed rumors that the service's spam filter is to ...

Yahoo! Mail Beta Brings Speed, Twitter and Lots of Purple to Your E-mail

Share The drastic overhaul to Yahoo's e-mail service is one step closer to completion. The company announced in late September that Yahoo Mail would get a fresh look, integration with Facebook and Twitter, improved search capabilities and greatly improved speed. Now, the beta version of the new mail interface is finally available to all Yahoo! users. The updates aren't limited to the Web-based de...

Yahoo! Updates Mail, Adds Twitter and Facebook Integration

Google might consistently have the most innovative and interesting webmail product on the market, but services like Yahoo! and Hotmail have held on strong, if for no other reason than changing your e-mail address is a pain in the behind region. But those services can't afford to continue losing ground to Gmail if they hope to remain relevant. Yahoo! has decided to stop resting on its laurels, and...

Hotmail Password Scam Spreads to Gmail, AOL Mail, Yahoo!

Yesterday, reports emerged that 10,000 Hotmail account addresses and passwords had been posted to the site PasteBin.com. Today, BBC News revealed that it has discovered another incriminating list containing log-in information for 20,000 additional e-mail addresses. The new batch, though, not only includes information from compromised Hotmail accounts, but also from Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and severa...

Scammers Expose Thousands of Hotmail Passwords, Microsoft Confirms

Just today, news broke that an anonymous user of PasteBin.com, a legitimate site marketed to software developers, posted more than 10,000 Hotmail addresses and passwords to the site last Thursday. According to NeoWin, most of the addresses appear to belong to European users, and all seem to be authentic. As shocking as it may be to find out that a benign site like PasteBin could host (albeit unwit...