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Verizon breaks Oath

Less than two years after coming up with the name ‘Oath’ to encompass all its media properties, Verizon has sensibly concluded it’s a rubbish name.

Twitch is blocked by China’s Great Firewall

The Amazon-owned game streaming platform Twitch confirmed on Friday that it became inaccessible from China, the latest of a string of popular services banned from the world’s largest internet market.

Yahoo deal deprives Verizon of another $500mn

Verizon execs should be pleased with the discount it seemingly bullied out of Yahoo in recent months, as the company will take a $500 million pre-tax charge relating severance, acquisition and integration costs.

AOL + Yahoo = Oath. Seriously

Verizon has taken a step away from the Yahoo security saga of the last year, after renaming its newly formed AOL-Yahoo media business Oath.

New Yahoo SNAFU may poo-poo Verizon woo

After Yahoo has announced more than one billion user accounts were effected in its 2013 data breach leaving one glaring question; how much can Verizon take before it snaps?

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