After months of efforts to become cool again, Yahoo is getting a makeover.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the company is getting a new logo. We'll get to see the official logo on September 4th. Until then, Yahoo will showcase a different logo each day on its homepage. The company will be keeping the iconic exclamation point, and the same purple color scheme.
CEO Marissa Mayer has been trying to reinvent the company since last July.
If you long to post fancy meals on Pinterest or Instagram, but need a little help in the kitchen, check out " Blue Apron". It's a service that will deliver recipes by professional chefs, and a complete box of ingredients right to your door. Each meal is $10 per person. Shipping is free. Go to www.blueapron.com to sign up.
Thanks to a new update, your Instagram videos can get a little more interesting. Before the update, you could only record your videos through the Instagram app. Now video importing is rolling out allowing users to upload videos stored in their phone. Instagram has also added editing features to trim and tweak your videos before posting. A straightening feature was added, so in case your video is a little crooked, a few clicks can straighten it all out.
Keep your eyes peeled for the update! It started rolling out yesterday.
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