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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: Why?

by Joshua Vergara 2 days ago0 comments

Here’s how we’re already living in 1984

by Adam Sinicki 2 days ago0 comments

Are smartphones still getting faster? Does Moore’s law still apply?

by Adam Sinicki 3 days ago0 comments

The history of Android OS: its name, origin and more

by John Callaham 5 days ago0 comments
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Verizon reportedly plans to cut 2,000 jobs from AOL and Yahoo

A report claims Verizon will cut 2,000 jobs from the combined workforce at AOL and Yahoo next week, after Verizon completes its purchase of Yahoo.
by John CallahamJune 8, 2017

New Alto update brings integrated calendars and Alexa support

Tired of going through a myriad of email and calendar apps to get your day organized? AOL thinks the latest update to its Alto app could solve that problem.
by Brian ReighMay 25, 20173

Verizon is merging Yahoo and AOL into Oath this summer

Verizon has confirmed it plans to merge its Yahoo and AOL divisions soimetime later this summer, under the new brand name Oath.
by John CallahamApril 3, 201711

Verizon bought Yahoo to compete in mobile video

Verizon's recent billion dollar deals may all be a part of the company's elaborate plan to take on Facebook and Google in mobile video.
by Brian ReighJuly 27, 20168
 
 

Verizon finalizes AOL acquisition

Verizon and AOL announced their agreement for an acquisition only six weeks ago - an agreement that these joint companies today see finalized.
by Edgar CervantesJune 23, 20154

Verizon gets Huffington Post, Techcrunch, and Engadget in AOL buyout

Verizon has signed an agreement to purchase AOL for $4.4 billion. Under the deal Verizon will take ownership of The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, and Engadget.
by Gary SimsMay 12, 201528
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