The Internet's mega-church for self-worshipers is adding restaurant reservation service OpenTable and TV listings to its mobile services. No one knows what this means in the big scheme of things, but it feels ever so world controlling so, we have to tell you about it because, you are likely to miss it if you use Facebook yourself.
Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL have agreed to pool unsold ad space so that customers can advertise across all three sites.
An obscure Louisiana company is having a pop at Google, Microsoft and AOL for allegedly infringing its 3D mapping patent.
The iron fisted AOL-HuffPo combo has squashed yet another unfortunate victim, with the Download Squad uncermoniously being forced into early retirement
Well, this is better than astrology. I've never much liked being a Taurus (stubborn, prosaic, materially-minded), but as a Gmail user I'm delighted to be told I'm young, thin, educated and well-traveled. And it's all true, of course.
AOL's taken the next step in its efforts to turn itself into a major media company, buying the Huffington Post for $315 million.
AOL has bought brand-new personal profile aggregator about.me, which lets users create a single personal profile page holding all their online identities including Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, email and personal blogs.
Yes, we all know that AOL acquired TechCrunch and 5min Media. But who’s next? Will it be Vimeo, Alltop, Huffington Post...or TG Daily?
C’mon people, let’s make a wager!
As predicted, AOL yesterday announced that it's to buy TechCrunch, the technology blog founded by Michael Arrington, in a deal believed to be worth around $25 million.
AOL is about to buy TechCrunch, the online blogging network founded by the cuddly Michael Arrington, the Wall Street Journal reports.
AOL's renewed its search advertising deal with Google for another five years, and expanded it to include mobile search and YouTube.
AOL, once an immensely powerful online commodity that is now forced to scrape by to keep its name, has launched a brand new mobile app that, curiously, is initally only available to Android.
AOL has decided that it can't afford to run social networking site Bebo anymore, and has announced plans to sell or close it.