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AOL appears to be killing third-party access to AOL Instant Messenger

AOL appears to be killing third-party access to AOL Instant Messenger There was a time when AOL was the leading internet service provider, and AIM was among the most popular instant messaging tools for keeping in touch with friends and family.More: Simplicity breeds success: the lasting impact of AOL Instant Messenger For quite some time, there have been two ways to use AIM as an instant messaging service.

It was a typo that mangled the internet on Tuesday, Amazon admits

It was a typo that mangled the internet on Tuesday, Amazon admits Tuesday’s disruption, caused by an issue at website-hosting operation Amazon Web Services (AWS), lasted for about five hours, which was about five hours too long for most of those affected.Specifically, a typo — yes, a careless typo — led to the cloud-based chaos, the result of some erroneous input procedure by an Amazon employee.

GM’s Maven monthly rental program another step toward mobility as a service

GM’s Maven monthly rental program another step toward mobility as a service Since its inception in early 2016, General Motors’ Maven car sharing service has offered hourly rentals of new models to consumers and has tested weekly rentals to Uber drivers.Now the General is expanding Maven with a monthly rental program called Reserve, reports Venture Beat.

Spotify vs. Apple Music: Which service is the streaming king?

Spotify vs. Apple Music: Which service is the streaming king? When it comes to subscribers, the undisputed king of on-demand streaming music is Spotify.But Apple Music, known for its high-level exclusive releases and full integration into Apple’s popular iOS system, is the hottest service on Spotify’s heels.

BritBox is a new streaming service for U.S. fans of British TV

BritBox is a new streaming service for U.S. fans of British TV -based fans of British TV now have another excuse to spend even more time staring at screens with the launch of BritBox.The $7-a-month ad-free service — the result of a partnership between the BBC and ITV — promises “the biggest streaming collection of British TV… ever” that includes a “rich catalog of classic, new, and exclusive” British-made content.

Watch those cartoon classics all over again with new Looney Tunes streaming service

Watch those cartoon classics all over again with new Looney Tunes streaming service Launching in the coming weeks, Time Warner’s new stand-alone video-on-demand service will offer much of the fabulous cartoon work created by Hanna-Barbera, Looney Tunes, and MGM that stretches back decades.Think Scooby-Doo, Tom & Jerry, Bugs Bunny, The Jetsons, and The Flintstones — they’ll all be there, plus plenty of other family favorites.

Businesses may soon be able to chat with you over WhatsApp, according to report

Businesses may soon be able to chat with you over WhatsApp, according to report The popular messaging service is reportedly testing the new feature with companies affiliated with startup incubator Y Combinator, according to Reuters.If successful, courting businesses could provide WhatsApp with a sorely needed revenue stream.

New deal sees A+E networks coming to Hulu’s upcoming live TV streaming service

New deal sees A+E networks coming to Hulu’s upcoming live TV streaming service The live TV streaming landscape is continuing to grow, with the recently announced YouTube TV and an upcoming service from Hulu joining Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DirecTV Now.“As we begin to finalize our new live TV service, we’re pulling together the most valuable, well-rounded package of channels available for under $40,” Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins said in a statement.

PlayStation Now subscription service will offer PS4 games in a few weeks

PlayStation Now subscription service will offer PS4 games in a few weeks While details regarding the service’s PlayStation 4 expansion and launch lineup are scarce, Sony notes that a private test will kick off among a select group of PlayStation Now subscribers “in the next few weeks.” More: PlayStation Now will no longer be supported on a wide range of devices Launched in 2014, PlayStation Now is a cloud-based streaming service that offers instant access to hundreds of supported PlayStation 3 games, including new releases and legacy titles.

Spotify and Waze team up to make beautiful music together

Spotify and Waze team up to make beautiful music together On Tuesday, the services announced a partnership that will see Spotify’s features integrated natively into the Waze app for smartphones.In a forthcoming update, users will see a new Spotify option within Waze.

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Pay for Twitter? A subscription service for power users could be on the cards

Pay for Twitter? A subscription service for power users could be on the cards In a potential move that could bolster revenue for the social media service, Twitter is reportedly considering the rollout of a paid subscription service for power users.The plan to monetize TweetDeck came to light on Thursday when screenshots started appearing on Twitter showing a mock-up of the proposed service.

New app ClipCall uses AI to connect homeowners and repair guys

New app ClipCall uses AI to connect homeowners and repair guys This week a new free app called ClipCall announced its expansion into greater New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley, as well as the state of New Jersey.Here’s how it works: simply download the free ClipCall app on your iOS or Android device.

After 21 years, Blizzard renames its Battle.net gaming service after itself

After 21 years, Blizzard renames its Battle.net gaming service after itself Moving forward, it will simply be known as the Blizzard online service.While not all users have reported seeing the change, especially in the U.