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AOL: You've got free e-mail August 2, 2006 Company is looking to transform itself into a Yahoo-style media portal but still relies on ISP revenue. Can it solve the puzzle?
AOL suffering e-mail glitch June 1, 2006 An outage is preventing AOL e-mail users from sending or receiving messages. Company says it's scrambling to fix issue.
Taking passwords to the grave September 22, 2006 Family members are increasingly unable to access important data because their loved ones have not left passwords behind.
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
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.
E-mail has come a long way in 30 years October 10, 2001 In 1971 the first electronic message launched a revolution that some compare to the invention of the printing press and the telephone.
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.
Google merges Gmail with chat February 7, 2006 Gmail Chat lets people send instant messages from e-mail account, see when contacts are online and save chat history.
AOL security breach exposes personal info June 16, 2000 The online service confirms that hackers have illegally compromised an undisclosed number of its member accounts by targeting key company employees with an email virus.
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.
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