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Teens react to terrible 90s internet
“Is this a commercial for… the internet?”
Major tech companies ask US government to reform surveillance laws
The companies which include Facebook, Microsoft and Google are demanding the government to allow greater transparency and accountability when requesting public data.
AOL chief issues battle cry at Web Summit
AOL missed the marketplace,” admits Tim Armstrong in Dublin but shares the lessons the company has learned.
AOL announces 40 new jobs in Dublin
The US tech giant is expanding its Irish operation.
Smartphone explosion - and 10 other predictions your business should know
AOL’s Digital Prophet David Shing was speaking at the Dublin Web Summit today.
Time Machine: Here's how 26 popular websites used to look
Have you ever seen the very first version of Or wondered what the name ‘Daft’ came from?
Tech giants join forces to end phishing emails
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, and PayPal are among the companies which have started a tough new approach to stopping scam emails.
False alarm: Bebo isn't actually dead just yet
2005′s most popular social network appeared to go offline last night, but the site says its downtime is not permanent.
Talk Talk closure a 'dark day for Waterford'
The IDA’s chief executive says he is “appalled” that Talk Talk is planning on closing the plant in just four weeks.
575 jobs lost as Talk Talk to close Waterford call centre
The telecoms company announces it will shut its Waterford call centre within a month, with only a handful of possible reassignments.
Techcrunch writer warns of 'the end' if AOL fires its influential editor
In an unusually blunt piece, a senior writer says AOL are on the verge of sacking the site’s influential editor Mike Arrington.
Irish figures among bloggers on Huffington Post's new UK edition
Diarmuid Gavin, David McWilliams and Conrad Gallagher are among the contributors to HuffPo UK launching today.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
In today’s Fix: more bad news from the IMF; Cork toddler cleared of rare cancer by US treatment; and New York police make further grim discoveries in Long Island.
Blogger mounts $105m legal action against Huffington Post and AOL
Jonathan Tasini is seeking $105m in damages on behalf of over 9,000 bloggers.
AOL to cut hundreds of jobs following HuffPo buyout
Online giant is streamlining and seeking to become a major source of news and other content.
AOL buys Huffington Post for $315 million
Just six years after the launch of her site, Arianna Huffington says she would have been “hard-pressed to imagine this moment”.
AOL confirms acquisition of Techcrunch
AOL considering takeover bid for TechCrunch
The internet conglomerate is reported to be in discussions to acquire the high-profile technology news blog.
AOL creates 20 news jobs in Dublin
Microsoft co-founder suing Google, Facebook, eBay, Apple and Yahoo!
…among others. Paul Allen’s Interval Licensing accuses 11 companies of patent infringement.