Some of Engadget.com's former top editors, including Nilay Patel and Joshua Topolsky, are preparing to launch a new site at the SB Nation blog network.
Online news readership - and ad revenue - has finally eclipsed traditional newspapers in the United States.
Facebook has announced plans to join the growing gaggle of group-coupon services.
After announcing layoffs, AOL is bringing in some big guns - including Twitter co-founder Biz Stone as "Strategic Advisor for Social Impact."
As 'the AOL way' begins to sink its teeth in, one of the company's top publications, Engadget, has lost two of its most senior editors.
AOL is laying off 200 staffers in the United States and some 700 workers in India in the wake of its acquisition of The Huffington Post.
Do you judge people by what email address they use? If so, a study by Hunch.com may be able to back up your stereotyping with actual statistics.
Companies continue to pile into the daily deals space in pursuit of Groupon, but the pioneer’s formula still has a lot of kinks to work out.
There's naturally been some overlap as a result of its Huffington Post acquisition, and AOL is rumored to be cutting the fat come Friday.
YouTube has acquired Web video company Next New Networks in yet another step to begin offering professional programming.
AOL's Patch has purchased hyper-local news aggregation website Outside.In for less than the company has received from investors. Can Patch revive the floundering hyper-local news sector?
Reports have AOL planning significant layoffs in the wake of its $315 million acquisition of the Huffington Post.
Microsoft joins the likes of Yahoo, AOL, and Google with its own deals feature: Bing Deals.
AOL's content acquisition spree continues: it's bringing Queen Latifah on board to produce and star in original Web series.
Google says a major update to its search algorithm filters out many of the "low-quality" sites we've all grown to loath: content farms.