AOL says its video app, with originals and movies, will be on Google's new Internet-TV platform.
AOL tapped Dermot McCormack to take the steering wheel of its revving video engine. His outlook: The company becomes the Internet's ad-based TV behemoth.
Apple adds video from AOL brands like Huffington Post and partners like ESPN, with longer original series and movies from Miramax in the pipeline -- all free, with ads.
For the second year in a row, a lunch date with Apple's chief executive is auctioned off for charity.
The tech giant snaps up another advertising-focused company -- this one helps brands and agencies figure out which ads most likely lead to customer purchases.
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.
The company is investigating a security breach that resulted in spoofed emails that appeared to come from roughly 2 percent of AOL accounts.
A security flaw in Microsoft’s Web browser makes it possible for hackers to hijack computers, AOL warns users to change passwords after a cyberattack, and Skype stops charging for group video chats.
A security flaw in Microsoft’s Web browser makes it possible for hackers to hijack computers, AOL warns users to change passwords after a cyberattack, and Skype stops charging for group video chats
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.
Dubbed “Park Bench,” the new series will follow actor Steve Buscemi as he soaks up the sites and citizens of New York City.
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