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Yahoo Messenger gets plug-ins June 19, 2006 The Yahoo Messenger with Voice beta includes free mini-apps for collaborative calendaring and event planning, and more.
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.
AOL buys ad firm Tacoda July 24, 2007 Time Warner's Net unit adds a behavioral targeting firm to its advertising arsenal.
The security risk in Web 2.0 July 28, 2006 Security has become a no-brainer for desktop software, but the same doesn't hold true for the booming world of Web applications.
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
Google's market lead widens March 28, 2006 Company's U.S. search market share rises at the expense of Yahoo and Microsoft, while Ask.com inches up.
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?
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.
Can Yahoo do content? February 21, 2006 The Web portal's plan to become a major Internet content player is treading water, despite its Hollywood credentials.
Week in review: Microhoogle intrigue July 4, 2008 Microsoft, Yahoo, and Google are facing probes, proxies, and accusations of backroom politicking as their various attempts to link up come under scrutiny. Also: searching for content within Flash i...
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 Google worth its weight in gold? November 17, 2006 As its stock price nears $500, strong growth opportunities in online advertising make Google worth every penny, analysts say.
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