As Verizon announces a $4.4 billion buyout of AOL, we remember the times when computers barked, "you've got mail." This is an ode to the good old days.
UpdatedThe end of an era as the company that was worth tens of billions is flogged for a fraction of that.
Channel 4 News, ITV and more providing content for new online video library, but there'll be no user uploads
Gary MarshallNew research suggests that Facebook's growth resembles a viral epidemic - and if its decline follows the pattern, it'll fall hard and fast.
After being burned in the outrage over the NSA's access to private user data, eight tech giants have asked for changes.
Twitter adopted a new emailing standard that will help better authenticate emails from the social network and filter out scammers.
Microsoft, Google, AOL and Yahoo have committed to President Obama's 'privacy bill of rights' to ensure greater protection for consumers on the internet.
The giants of the webmail world are joining forces to put an end to phishing emails, with Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and AOL all on board with the plan.