It's been well established that the Internet has an overactive imagination, but the latest "sighting" in images from the Curiosity rover is a little much for CNET's Eric Mack.
AOL executive Janet Balis talks about the company's ambitious plans for the Huffington Post Streaming Network at the Social TV Summit in San Francisco. Can programming based on conversation and zeitgeist revolutionize newsrooms?
Usual tweets with links to stories about celebrities and cute animal photos are joined by racist and homophobic notes on The Huffington Post's Twitter account.
First-quarter earnings dive 86 percent, largely due to the costs of integrating the Huffington Post news site. Display ad revenue is up, a first since 2007.
On today's episode of Loaded, we'll talk about the Super Bowl's commercials, AOL's purchase of the Huffington Post, and more.
After a year of activist investors and departures, Tim Armstrong has turned AOL into a well-tuned machine.
Not only did FiveThirtyEight's Silver pick all 50 state winners in the presidential race, he also beat out his polling aggregator rivals for sheer margin of accuracy.
A few pieces of bad news this week create the sense of turmoil inside the company, but reports of AOL's death have been greatly exaggerated.
Walt Thompson took 2,600 photographs as he made a touching and very personal stop-motion video meant to inspire his beloved to marry him. The only question is, how many bricks did it take?
Jared Grusd, AOL senior vice president and strategy chief, is moving on to the music service in an unspecified role, according to a new report.