After a drawn-out process, a troubled Yahoo finally knows its fate, which means the end of independence for one of the web's earliest stars.
The new AOL Reader has many of the same features found in other popular RSS newsreaders. It looks like one of a few good alternatives for those losing Google Reader next week.
The company plans to sunset its "half-off" promotion, which has done gangbusters in adding new customers.
It's clear why the nation's largest wireless carrier needs to look elsewhere for growth: Its core mobile phone business has slowed way down.
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AOL has signed a deal to acquire RYOT, an immersive media company and virtual reality studio that will team up with the Huffington Post for content.
Vizio and LeEco are scheduled to host a joint press event on Tuesday.
In a letter to Yahoo employees, CEO Marissa Mayer indicates she wants to stay on at the company after its acquisition by Verizon.
CNET interviewed co-founders Jerry Yang and David Filo in October 1995 when Yahoo was taking off as the coolest destination on the web.
It's official. Verizon will pay $4.83 billion for Yahoo's core business and merge it with AOL.