The foundation is AOL's network of video partnerships with the likes of ESPN and Vogue and its focus on becoming a video-ad powerhouse.
The redesigned homepage hasn't shifted around any of its content--just offers a selection of themes involving its new, much-hyped logo.
AOL.com is trying to be relevant again. Good luck with that.
Additions to the AOL.com homepage include an embedded RSS reader and a widget with feeds from AIM and Bebo as well as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter.
The deal for the former dot-com luminary is all about trying to find a new path forward in getting digital content out to consumers and the advertisers who'll follow them.
The general release, now available in the Google Play Store, incorporates user-interface changes, as well as performance, stability, localization and accessibility tweaks.
The Sony Pictures hack is a very serious business, but the two stars of the movie that allegedly incited it -- "The Interview" -- can't help but have a laugh about what they say was hacked.
The gap between TV and digital video programming is narrowing, as AOL becomes the first Web client to receive Nielsen's audience measurement ratings for its original series.
A syndication deal puts ESPN content -- such as SportsCenter clips and game highlights -- on AOL and associated sites. ESPN is selling ads and sharing the revenue.