How many of you have been going to Yahoo lately for your news, be it in entertainment, sports, political views, TV shows, computers, latest happenings around the world, or any other for that matter?

Since the time CEO, President, and Director, Marissa Mayer, Yahoo has been in the news with one thing or the other related to the company or their CEO, among many being that Marissa Mayer was pregnant at the time of joining, employees required to work from office, recruitment of old employees back, their outreach program, and their recent acquisition spree of various companies for their talent.

Now it had emerged that "Tumblr had $16.6 million in cash when Yahoo acquired it: filing," from Reuters via Yahoo! News, and "It's Now Clear Tumblr Was Burning A Lot Of Cash, And It Would Have Run Out If Yahoo Hadn't Swooped In," from Business Insider via Yahoo! Finance are some of the latest trending topics and happening news out there that's been happening over the past day-and-a-half.

In the midst of all this, Yahoo! has been quietly updating it services and offering more to the customer and their latest campaign has the customer in mind, but it still leaves a lot to be desired when comparing it to the minimalist design of Google and

Here a few of the new features that have been going on over the past few days in their "30 Days of Change" campaign.

Yahoo!'s New Uncluttered  Email Login Page & New Logo

Yahoo!'s New Uncluttered Email Page Header

Yahoo!'s New Page Header

Yahoo!'s New 30 Days of Change Campaign

It seems that surely and steadily Yahoo! is trying to gain it's lost ground and is playing catch-up with their competitors.

So, what do you think of Yahoo!'s latest move to regain lost ground and to win back it customer base? Do you have a tip, an idea, or a comment, just share it with us in the comments below.

[Devesh Prabhu is an avid blogger and has been blogging posts and rants on many subjects through his various blogs. He has been associated with the blogosphere for the past 8/9 years and inadvertently left the blogging scene albeit to concentrate on his personal life, but his desire to be among his readers brought him back.]

[Note: The article "UPDATE: Yahoo Quietly Introduces "30 Days of Change" Campaign" first appeared on the Komputer Knowledge Blog.

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