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AOL's twist on e-mail: You've got stacks

AOL believes it can tame the inbox with Alto, Yelp calls out review cheaters, and Google reveals a low-budget Chromebook.

By October 18, 2012


Pigs fly: AOL's new e-mail client makes inboxes a happy place

With Alto, the much-maligned AOL is attempting to give users an entirely new way of organizing their e-mail. It has the potential to make people's inboxes much more useful.

By October 18, 2012


Add AOL's 'you've got mail' alert to Gmail

The infamous AOL alert "you've got mail" is now available to alert you of new Gmail messages as a Chrome extension.

By August 13, 2012


AOL squatter launches his company -- no hiding out required

During the two months Eric Simons spent living at AOL's Silicon Valley offices, he was building ClassConnect. Now, the startup has launched at Claco.

By September 26, 2012


AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: 'We haven't won yet'

Winning is consistent user growth, the AOL CEO says at TechCrunch Disrupt, even as the oft-troubled company has seen its stock price triple in the last year.

By September 11, 2012


AOL announces final plans for $1.1 billion shareholder payoff

The company says that it's entering into a $600 million Stock Repurchase Agreement with Barclay's Bank and announcing a special cash dividend.

By August 27, 2012


CEO Armstrong: No social network in AOL's future

Tim Armstrong says AOL will continue to invest in content, and he sees the possibility for a comeback of the portal concept.

By May 22, 2012


After 8 months, AOL e-mail refresh finally complete

Stodgy old e-mail service gets a shiny new design. No reason to jump over to it if you're not on it already, though.

By July 26, 2012


AOL posts $971M profit on patent sale as decline slows

The Internet stalwart shows gains in global advertising revenue and Web traffic in second quarter, despite losing more subscribers.

By July 25, 2012


Why Microsoft spent $1 billion on AOL's patents

Many assume Google helped drive up the price for AOL's intellectual property. But a source tells CNET that wasn't the case.

By April 9, 2012