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Net phone calls, job searching top AOL's agenda

America Online adds more services to its arsenal, making deals for Internet telephony, instant messaging and online job searching and acquiring a wireless company to expand its "AOL Anywhere" strategy.

 

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America Online adds more services to its arsenal, making deals for Internet telephony, instant messaging and online job searching and acquiring a wireless company to expand its "AOL Anywhere" strategy.

"Combining instant messaging with spoken conversation will bring even more convenience to our AOL Instant Messenger users."

- Barry Schuler, president of AOL interactive services

 


AOL to bring Net phone calls to instant messaging
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AOL, Monster.com ink $100 million job sites deal
The Internet services giant announces a four-year, $100 million partnership with the global career management network.

AOL buys wireless firm in bid to go "anywhere"
In a move to further solidify its "AOL Anywhere" strategy, America Online acquires Tegic Communications, a company specializing in text entry for wireless devices.

Lycos, AOL prep joint Instant Messenger
Internet portal company Lycos readies a co-branded version of the AOL Instant Messenger service.