Yeah, these all happened. Without shame, embarrassment, or a hint of irony.
Internet companies in the U.S. are demanding that the surveillance practices of the U.S. should be reformed to enhance privacy protections and provide "appropriate oversight and accountability mechanisms."
The social network AOL left for dead is undergoing a revival after founder Michael Birch bought it back for a cool $1 million.
AOL's Alto Mail sorts your email into boxes and lets you put important-but-not-urgent messages on snooze. It didn't take me long to get into the private beta, and it's worth getting in line for it.
AOL has rolled out a beta of an RSS reader that it hopes will replace the soon-to-be-shuttered Google Reader. But our hands-on tests found a few flaws with this first release.
Once-mighty America Online appears to be working on a new RSS reader product, with about a week to go before Google pulls the plug on its own Reader.
Following the footsteps of Yahoo, Netflix, and Amazon, AOL jumps into the A-List content creation game.
A long list of Web sites went dark for one minute at 9:30 a.m. ET today to mark a moment of silence for the 26 women and children who were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. last Friday.
Whether for nostalgia's sake or just a practical audible announcement of new mail, this Chrome extension is a hoot.
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