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AOLAmerica Online, Inc.
AOLArt of Living
AOLAcademy of Our Lady (various locations)
AOLAlliance of Light
AOLArchers of Loaf (band)
AOLArea of Limitation (US DoD)
AOLAudio Output Left
AOLAmerica on Line
AOLAlert on Lan
AOLAdjustable Overload Trip
AOLAngel of Light
AOLAdventure of Link (video game; sequel to The Legend of Zelda)
AOLApplication Object Library
AOLAmpullae of Lorenzini (sensing organs; fish)
AOLArmy of Light (Starwars Galaxies guild)
AOLAge of Legends (Wheel of Time Series)
AOLAirborne Oceanographic LIDAR
AOLAbstract Object Language
AOLAtmosphere, Ocean, Land
AOLAbsent Over Leave (See AWOL)
AOLÁrea de Olho de Lombo
AOLAll Operator Letter (airline industry)
AOLAsynchronous On-Line (training)
AOLAssyria on Line
AOLAgreement of Loss (insurance)
AOLAlgebra of Limits (mathematical analysis)
AOLAcronym Over Load
AOLAlarm on LAN
AOLAircraft Operating Limit
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Also, Assist by AOL provides coverage for eligible devices that experience a break down, including accidental damage from handling for laptops, tablets or smartphones.
As part of the new deal, Block and his fellow co-founder Peter Rojas will both join AOL's tech publishing team -- Block becoming head of product while Rojas will serve both as a gdgt and an editor-at-large for Engadget, which he also helped co-found.
"We're always looking to expand our content offerings to improve their experience and The AOL On app helps us do just that.
After the acquisition closes later this year, Huffington will be put in charge of AOL's growing array of content, which includes popular technology sites Endgadget and TechCrunch, local news sites Patch.com and online mapping service Mapquest.
* Mama's Recipe: Americanfamilies compete for the best family recipes and share their secrets with the AOL audience.
bought AOL, then a ubiquitous internet service provider, in 2000 for $162 billion, only to spin it off in 2009.
More details about the new AOL offerings can be found at http://mobile.aol.com.
Release date- 17022009 - AOL's MediaGlow publishing division announced its sites saw record growth1 in January, with page views climbing 47% year-over-year to reach 7 billion and total minutes increasing 39% to 4.9 million.
AOL will occupy the fourth and fifth floors, totaling 152,000 s/f of space.
Following the launch of OpenRide - the name reflect ing AOL's shift away from its traditional closed-door approach of charging for serv ices and features - the com pany is hoping to keep broad band multitaskers glued to its key free offerings through an all-in-one program.