After it was announced that Winamp would be shuttered several days before Christmas next month, it turns out that Microsoft could acquire the player from AOL. Will the Llama avoid the axe?
Townsquare Media has purchased four of the blogs closed at the end of April by AOL in a move that reunites said sites with the man responsible for their creations: Former AOL Content chief (and now Townsquare EVP) Bill Wilson.
In a quiet end-of-week move, AOL closed multiple entertainment blogs and news sites last week without notice, including AOL Music's Spinner, The Boot and Noisecreep, as well as the award-nominated comic book site Comics Alliance.
About.me was acquired in 2010 by AOL, but today the company announced that with support from investors About.me has been bought back by its co-founders. Startup mode, take two.
If you're wondering, AOL's Tim Armstrong seems to have found the missing silver lining to last week's Hurricane Sandy: AOL traffic went up dramatically in the wake of the storm hitting the East Coast, he announced today.
A big part of AOL's legacy is email, and now the company - of "You've Got Mail!" infamy - is introducing a new webmail application that groups your various inboxes into one stylish stop. But is there enough substance beneath Alto's gorgeous surface? We go…
AOL's Patch local service is headed towards profitability by the end of 2013, according to AOL CEO Tim Armstrong. Proof that the world still needs local media?
AOL's Huffington Post hasdebuted the next generation of Web news with HuffPost Live, a streaming news network that invites live audience contributions.
Aol's moneysuck, Patch, could be reimagined as a Craigslist-type local commerce platform within the coming year.
According to former TechCrunch writer Sarah Lacy's insider sources, the two AOL-owned tech sites might be on the chopping block. CEO Tim Armstrong is strongly denying it.
Amid its legal battle with Yahoo, Facebook has decided to purchase $550 million in patents from Microsoft — some of the same patents that Microsoft just bought from AOL. Confused yet?
The hyper-local platform draws more criticism thanks to its unproven track record. Is it next on the chopping block at Aol?
AOL has sold a large chunk of its patent portfolio to Microsoft for more than $1 billion in cash.
Don't get too caught up in middle school nostalgia just yet: AIM isn't being killed off. AOL is, however, sucking its focus out of the product with recent layoffs.
Reports have Silver Lake partners partnering with Microsoft and Andreessen Horowitz to buy a minority stake in Yahoo for as much as $3 billion. But can Yahoo be saved?