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Is AOL in play? October 13, 2005 All eyes are on America Online as rumors swirl about who's hankering for a piece of its action.
In their own words: Search engines on privacy August 13, 2007 CNET News.com tries to clear up recent privacy announcements by surveying Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask.com and AOL. Here, they respond.How search engines rate on privacy
Cries to open up IM have quieted May 13, 2002 The nature of the instant messaging interoperability debate has shifted and the voices have been tempered--largely due to the successes of AOL's biggest challengers.
Microsoft's HailStorm unleashed March 19, 2001 The software giant unveils a set of software building blocks, grouped under the code name HailStorm, aimed at upstaging rival America Online.
AOL up, Google down? Not so fast July 12, 2007 A new survey says the Time Warner property may get people to spend a lot of time there, but it's Google's dollar signs that count.
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.
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.
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.
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