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?
Following in the footsteps of Google, Facebook, Tumblr and other tech companies, Mozilla is taking steps to help block the passage of SOPA and PIPA, legislation that have the potential to fundamentally change the Internet.
Internet giants have taken to the pages of The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the Washington Times, to fight back against SOPA, the Internet censorship bill.
Five weeks after jettisoning its CEO, rumors are swirling that Yahoo is putting itself up for sale. Who might bid - and why would they want to?
With more people spending time on the popular social network each month, Facebook seems to have the public's attention and continues to dominate other Web properties in regards to time spent on the site.
Facing ever-increasing competition from Google's ad business, AOL, Microsoft and Yahoo have agreed to share advertising dollars in an attempt to increase revenue.
Former CEO Carol Bartz is officially gone and for some reason, it all keeps coming back to a Yahoo-AOL merger or acquisition - and it never stops sounding like both companies are grasping at loose straws.
After a week of turmoil, Arrington is officially out of TechCrunch. While the site's future is up in the air, AOL's direction is also questionable.