We've launched our new Tumblr blog series called “Science Powering Product” where we discuss the science behind Yahoo products.
Announcing one of the largest public multimedia datasets ever released: Yahoo Webscope's Flickr Creative Commons dataset.
We are excited to announce the recipients of the 2014 Yahoo Faculty Research and Engagement Program (FREP).
Yahoo Labs scientists sift through 188.9 million Tumblr blogs comprising 83.1 billion posts to predict the World Cup 2014 winner.
We are proud to announce that our Senior Manager of Research Engineering, Rashmi Mohan, has been elected to the ACM India Council.
Dr. Jiawei Han discusses the "Construction, Exploration and Mining of Semi-Structured, Heterogeneous Information Networks" for Yahoo Big Thinkers talk.
Haaretz.com names VP of Research and Head of Yahoo Labs in Israel and India, Yoelle Maarek, one of "66 Israeli Women You Should Know."
In its latest bulletin, the Association for Computing Machinery profiles our VP of Research and Head of Yahoo Labs in Israel and India, Yoelle Maarek.
Yahoo Labs Communication Manager Mike Sefanov reports from the 23rd International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2014) in Seoul, S. Korea.
A new study from Georgia Tech and Yahoo Labs researchers shows that weather and demographics play a significant role in determining how positively or negatively someone will review a restaurant online. In short, bad weather equals bad reviews.