Yahoo Japan has leveraged 3D-printing technology to recreate different words into mini versions of physical objects they stand for. By integrating the voice search function with the three-dimensional printing, the tech brand has helped visually impaired children in Tokyo get a grasp, literally, of the world around them.
Yahoo.com has redesigned its homepage to make it more appealing to a new generation of the online audience. Thanks to the redesign, the oldest web portal got a simplified, crisper look as well as more social-media feel, which is believed to help the website deliver consistent user experience across desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. So far, Yahoo has rolled out the new look only in the U.S.
Want to kill two birds with one stone, get a husband and a new car at one time? Building on the old tradition which allows women propose to their men on February 29 with no fear of being judged, Renault and Yahoo! are offering ladies in the UK an opportunity to finally make it and ask their boyfriends to be their husbands, but do it with a modern twist. The auto brand is calling female users to submit their ideas on how they would like to propose—Renault will give the winner a new auto and film the moment and post the video on the Yahoo! homepage. Happiness should be shared.
After announcing a partnership with Sundance film festival, Yahoo! didn’t hesitate to unveil its other cinematographic project. In collaboration with Playtone and Reliance Entertainment, the digital media company will bring Tom Hanks‘ multi-dimensional animated series ‘Electric City’ to Yahoo! this year.