Google's Wonder Woman could save Yahoo Video
Google's Wonder Woman could save Yahoo Video Transcript
There's a superstar player that's treating teens and I'm not talking about Jeremy Lin. I'm Bridget Carey and its secrecy -- that -- Time to desktop that Yahoo! email account and freshen up your Flickr page because -- -- -- cool again. With its new CEO 37 held Marissa Mayer she's previously won the top executives at Google -- Google's first female employee. She oversaw every Google product you interacted with maps email search it all went through her. And you can expect her to breathe new life into Yahoo! services. As -- -- talented engineers to where we teaming up -- Up and she announced that she's pregnant with her first child. A powerful woman -- -- CEO the fortune 500 company also mommy to be rocking girl. Oh and there some other Yahoo! News that totally got -- but the new CEO announcement. Yahoo! launched its online site -- and its series produced by Tom Hanks called an electric city. It's all groundbreaking -- -- in online video but -- who knows that got a list of keep focused on unique media. Because -- here is a wildcard. The daily deals site living -- -- filing group on steps and it's selling merchandise. So in addition to the usual discounts for -- -- it's dancing lessons and weekend getaways. You can buy physical products that in social kicked off the offering with beach themed items -- -- began doing this last year. If you don't want an. Support for tablets and Smartphones is coming in the fall. -- already it's offered the ability to read from your browser for awhile now. There's a new version of Firefox that improves privacy and security you can make sure that -- -- -- -- -- Google searches now even over public networks. And a pair of oversized -- mini tablets or -- it's. Then you'll be interested to hear that in a few weeks teen Apple will be selling in the Samsung galaxy note as Smartphone with -- -- point three inch screen. Being human beings on the Internet news the best cat -- he is of that web will be featured. And a cat video film festival -- this is -- real thing. The Sundance spring though cats takes place at the end of August Indianapolis and if you're looking for -- way to escape -- summer's record high heat. How -- trip to the South Pole because Google just added more 360. Degree street view images. Of the Arctic it's to help kids learn about South Pole exploration -- Discount on to read a -- -- That's your tech news update for today for more in the stories in today's show visit cnet.com slash update an Arctic is in -- -- averaging here.
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