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Tumblr's CEO David Karp to step down by the end of the year
Tumblr CEO and founder will step down from the company before the year finishes.
AOL Instant Messenger to shut down on December 15
AIM helped pioneer instant messaging in the 90's and now will join MSN and Yahoo messengers as it's end of an era.
Intel doubles down on VR, now building a VR studio in LA
Intel is building a new studio in LA called the 'Intel Tech Experience Labs' where VR projects will take place.
Verizon reportedly buying Yahoo for $5 billion
Verizon will reportedly soon announce its acquiring Yahoo for $5 billion.
BlackBerry CEO fumbles during new Priv demonstration
BlackBerry's John Chen shows he's not too keen on Android's functionality, and falters during a hands-on demo of the Priv.
Hackers compromising web ads, loving news and weather sites
Criminals finding all sorts of exciting ways to compromise users.
Report: Verizon purchasing AOL for $4.4 billion
Verizon is breaking out its checkbook, reportedly purchasing AOL for $4.4 billion.
Winamp may not be dead, name server moved to new company
Winamp's name servers switched from AOL to Radionomy, may keep media player alive after all.
AOL releases Q2 earnings report, post higher revenue than expected
AOL shows growth after posting higher than expected revenue and advertising income.
Google's search dominance continues, approaches 70% market share
Google dominates search engine market share, accounts for nearly 67 percent of all searches.
AOL enjoys $531 million revenue for Q2, has been its lowest revenue decline in 7 years
AOL had revenues of $531 million for Q2, making it AOL's lowest revenue decline in 7 years.
Dish Network gets a warning from Discovery CEO about skipping ads
Discovery's CEO warns Dish Network that ad skipping DVR could ruin TV industry.
Google and AOL to sell upfronts like TV stations do
YouTube and AOL plan to sell upfronts in a similar manner to network television.
Endgadget Editor-in-Chief, Others, Peace Out
Engadget editors are dropping like flies, latest casualty Josh Topolsky says Fond Farewell.
AOL trying to charge former employees for upgrade
Even if they never asked for one.