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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
AOL buys ad firm Tacoda July 24, 2007 Time Warner's Net unit adds a behavioral targeting firm to its advertising arsenal.
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.
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.
AIM Phoneline open to developers September 7, 2006 AOL invites developers to tweak hardware and software for the Internet phone service, launched earlier in year.
Security trips up instant messaging May 13, 2002 Both MSN Messenger and AIM have had security holes uncovered recently, and experts say that Yahoo IM is requiring people to run with less security. What's going on?
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.
You've got (certified) mail! February 13, 2006 CEO Richard Gingras explains the tech behind a service that lets companies pay a fee to guarantee their e-mails get past spam filters.
New Netscape.com focuses on news June 15, 2006 Site will transform from a general purpose portal into a news site in which both readers and editors choose the content. Images: Netscape diggs into news
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