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Threadsy's gone, but I'm still searching for a universal in-box

Melding multiple e-mail and social network accounts into one interface makes a lot of sense. Why can't anyone make a business out of it?

By January 7, 2012

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AOL plugs Goowy widget ads into ad network

Widget ads get a big boost: AOL will distribute them free on its Platform-A ad network.

By July 23, 2008

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AOL gets widgety with Goowy acquisition

Acquisition is next step in a nearly yearlong partnership. The Time Warner unit plans to use Goowy's technology for interactive widget ads.

By February 4, 2008

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AOL upgrades Bebo with Lifestream and more

Bebo gets better integration with other social services, though not all of the announced enhancements will be available to users immediately.

By February 23, 2009

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AOL's social strategy: Merge Bebo, AIM, all else

AOL People Networks chief Joanna Shields lays out the ambitious and still-forming strategy to make the $850 million acquisition of Bebo worth it.

By February 24, 2009

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SEC charges Mark Cuban with insider trading

Digital media maverick could face up to $3 million in penalties and fines related to questionable 2004 trades of search engine company Mamma.com.

By November 17, 2008

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A financial wreck can't keep good Web developers down

Far from Wall Street, attendees of London's Future of Web Apps conference aren't panicking about the economy. Is it entrepreneur's pluck or old-fashioned naivete?

By October 10, 2008

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Confirmed: AOL will acquire Socialthing

Start-up social aggregator, which competes with the more-buzzed-about FriendFeed, will become part of AOL's People Networks division.

By August 14, 2008

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AOL works affiliate marketing into widgets

Members of Buy.at, an affiliate service that's now part of the Time Warner unit's Platform-A, can now use Groowy widgets to spread their ads across the Web.

By August 12, 2008

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Time Warner: Hiding AOL woes under Joker makeup

AOL's ad revenue is down and, unsurprisingly, it's continuing to lose subscribers. But when you can talk about The Dark Knight, it's easy to make financials sound brighter.

By August 6, 2008