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AOL to enter security arena June 7, 2006 Company is creating security bundle called Total Care that it plans to sell to the general public, CNET News.com has learned.
Is Endeca really the next Google? June 28, 2007 Some big names in search say the next great search engine won't dabble in consumer Web pages or video, but in enterprise.
Week in review: Tech's shopping spree March 14, 2008 Big companies go on the hunt for acquisitions to beef up their positions, while developers get many warm welcomes. Also: Unruly at South by Southwest.
Gateway shelves Net-surfing device October 24, 2001 The computer maker has become the latest company to kill off its Web-surfing appliance, officially discontinuing the Connected Touch Pad it developed with AOL.
AOL tools up IM for business September 15, 2006 AOL and WebEx team up to release an instant-messaging service for business users who need tighter security.
On sentry duty in your in-box April 18, 2006 Microsoft says its Sender ID is ready for action. Others say it's still early days for authentication.
FAQ: When Google is not your friend February 3, 2006 Google's vast database of its users' searches is a gold mine for police and curious divorce attorneys. It's just a matter of time.
Plaxo gets hip to VoIP May 23, 2006 Internet contacts company adds a calling feature to its contact service. Can it make itself heard over Google, AOL and others?
Internet deals of the damned October 10, 2006 More often than not, big Internet acquisitions turn out to be disappointments, or at least a bit ahead of their time.
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