AOL had both good and bad news to share with investors today, showing that one big gamble paid off while another one continues to drag the company down.
Coming as a shock to pretty much no one, AOL chief exec Tim Armstrong confirmed today that the company’s local news gathering arm Patch will see heavy layoffs and some community sites closing down in the coming weeks.
The game looks better, but is it too little, too late?
Oracle patches a hole in Java 7 that allowed hackers to hijack computers for botnets. The fix comes after a warning from the Department of Homeland Security.
This is a I-screwed-up post. And it’s a clear-the-air post.
Konami isn’t releasing a patch for the Xbox 360 version of Silent Hill HD Collection, but it is offering an exchange program.
Local advertising startup Signpost grew its business a little bit Tuesday with a $3.75 million investment and a new employee. Christopher DePatria, former head of sales at AOL Patch, joined the team as the vice president of revenue.