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AOL tries freebies in its latest revamp

The company aims to stay relevant with a switch from paid to free services, along with a raft of new offerings.

The long-suffering company aims to stay relevant with a switch from paid to free services, along with a raft of new offerings.

AOL to users: Don't defect--here's free stuff

Eyeballing advertising revenue, the Time Warner Internet subsidiary transitions from an ISP to a media company.
August 2, 2006

Restructuring to cut 5,000 jobs

About 26 percent of company's work force will be laid off as AOL continues reinventing itself.
August 3, 2006

AOL: You've got free e-mail

The country's largest ISP and dial-up provider is about to shift toward a Yahoo-style portal. Can it make this latest revision work?
August 2, 2006

blogma While bloggers welcomed the new site, many saw the news as a bid to distract the media from an overhaul of its subscription model.
July 31, 2006

Test run for video search service

AOL Video to let users search for and watch Web videos, upload their own, buy TV shows for nearly any device.
July 30, 2006

previous coverage

blog It features flow charts designed to help reps guide callers through various scenarios and talk them out of jumping ship.
July 19, 2006

AOL launches corporate IM service

AIM Pro features security and online meeting functions aimed at corporate users.
July 18, 2006

Security product ready for testing

AOL Total Care marks one of company's first steps into the security space, outside of its subscriber tools.
July 17, 2006