Apple TV users today received free, ad-supported access to a handful of new channels, including ABC News, AOL On, Willow TV, and PBS Kids. The ABC News channel brings 24/7 live hourly updates and live national and global news coverage, as well as news from…
As AOL unveils a major push in online programming, with a host of new shows about to hit the web. The company also announced that it will be working with Nielsen to help it gauge the success of its new titles, as well as who's watching.
AOL announced today that a notable number of user accounts have fallen prey to "unauthorized access," and that lots of personal information was at risk as a result. Learn more here.
Have you gotten any odd-looking emails from AOL accounts? You might not want to open them, as AOL Mail has been hacked. You can learn more here.
Probably a service that anyone who grew up in the 1990's will remember fondly, AOL will be shutting down Moviefone's automated phone service that provided movie times before the end of March 2014.
Winamp has now exchanged hands. After initially marked for death, AOL, Winamp's owner, has completed its sale to Radionomy, a service which aggregates Internet-based radio stations.
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?
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.
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 moneysuck, Patch, could be reimagined as a Craigslist-type local commerce platform within the coming year.