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June 29, 2015 By SysTools

SysTools AOL Backup

AOL Backup is a Windows based software application that allows taking backup of AOL account locally. The emails can be downloaded to...

February 19, 2009 by

Giving them the tools they need

I'm troubleshooting a problem with our firewall at the moment. It's a brand-spankin' new Astaro 220 and so far, it's been great, but it keeps blocking my superintendent's access to his AOL desktop software.

March 6, 2008 by

AOL takes AIM to iPhone

At Apple’s official launch of the iPhone software development kit, Rizwan Sattar, AOL senior software engineer, shows off the company's new instant-messaging software for the iPhone. The new software allows users to chat over the AIM network, switch among conversations, and upload user profile photos.

February 20, 2014 By AOL

AOL Desktop

4 Reasons Why You'll Love AOL Desktop 9.7 for PC: 1. You're connected - Get access to your online world, all in one easy-to-use place....

February 7, 2013 By MING Software

MING Network Spy

MING Network Spy can monitor, block and archive Internet usage on any computer in a network, including instant messages (AOL, MSN,...

September 17, 2006 by

EFF on Zune: Risk of DRM/DMCA checkmate no longer a risk. It's reality

By way of Cory Doctorow, comes a pointer to the Electronic Frontier Foundation's take on Microsoft's new Zune: a brand that has broken ranks with the Redmond-based company's previous digital rights management (DRM) strategy that attempted to establish an ecosystem of compatibility (under the name "PlaysForSure") between content merchants (ie: AOL, Yahoo, Amazon, etc.), the copy protection on the content they sold, and the software and devices that could play that content.

July 21, 2006 by

Symantec critiques Vista security

Symantec researchers question Windows Vista security, a sales pitch in disguise? Also, rootkits get better at hiding, MySpace users hit by flash worm, Oracle patches and AOL security software.

January 24, 2006 by

CRN: IBM to AOL: Talk to Me

CRN coverage of the Lotusphere news:IBMSoftware's new Sametime instant messaging will connect to the hugely popularconsumer IM networks from America Online, Yahoo and Google, IBM execs saidMonday. ... Ironically, IBM/Lotus was the first to offer AIM integrationseveral years ago, but that pact faded. More recently, Microsoft has stolena march, last year announcing interoperability between its Live CommunicationsServer and AOL, Yahoo and MSN public IM networks. There was no mentionof interoperability between Sametime and Microsoft instant messaging. Sametime 7.5 will provide this connectivitywith no additional charge, said Craig Hayman, vice president of developmentand technical support for Lotus Software. Microsoft charges for its IMinterop gateway.Link: CRN:IBM to AOL: Talk to Me >

January 6, 2006 by

Google's expensive gamble

Google Pack, a collection of third-party and proprietary software that promises to deliver paid media to searchers, represents potentially massive customer support costs for the company. It's DRM solution and AOL alliance narrow the range of content it will favor. Is any of this a good idea?

September 30, 2004 by

Red Hat: Moving up the stack

With the acquisition of the Netscape server software products from AOL Time Warner for $20.5 million, Red Hat gains directory and certificate servers, which the company said it will bring to the open-source community, most likely under the General Public License (GPL).


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