ATLANTA and STAMFORD, Conn., July 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EarthLink
(Nasdaq: ELNK), the nation's next generation Internet Service Provider, and
Time Warner Cable, a unit of Time Warner Inc. (NYSE: TWX), today announced
that they have reached a new agreement to provide EarthLink broadband
online service on Time Warner Cable systems.
Under the new agreement, the parties will make available EarthLink
broadband online service to the approximately 19 million homes passed by
Time Warner Cable's broadband cable systems. This service area is expected
to increase upon completion of Time Warner Cable's previously announced
transactions with Adelphia and Comcast...
by sashwa 03:42PM Monday Sep 12 2005
Monday September 12, 10:00 am ET story continues..
Eighty-one Percent of EarthLink Cable Internet Subscribers are "Extremely Satisfied" or "Satisfied" with the ISP's Overall Service
ATLANTA, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK - News), the nation's next generation Internet service provider (ISP), today announced that it received the highest ranking in PC World magazine's ISP Satisfaction Survey.
by drake 11:20PM Tuesday Feb 08 2005
By John Oates story continues..
Published Wednesday 26th January 2005 09:57 GMT
Two members of the Alabama Spam Ring, really, have paid undisclosed damages to Earthlink and signed a court order promising to never send another spam email.
Earthlink began legal action in February 2004 against the Alabama Spammers - so called because of their use of phone lines around Birmingham, Alabama.
by drake 04:45PM Saturday Nov 27 2004 Friday November 19, 4:56 pm ET
ATLANTA, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The following statement is in response to Congress renewing the Internet Tax Moratorium and is attributable to Dave Baker, EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK - News) vice president of law and public policy:Continued here
by drake 07:57PM Monday Oct 18 2004
ATLANTA – EarthLink is broadening the reach of its Internet security protection applications to customers of other Internet Service providers. story continues..
For a monthly fee of $9.95, other ISP users can receive a variety of protection and privacy tools through EarthLink’s Protection PackPlus suite.
by drake 12:34PM Saturday Oct 09 2004
EarthLink is offering free VoIP calling as an incentive to sign up for its high-speed Internet service. The free service is available to the company's million-plus broadband customers.
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by drake 09:12PM Saturday Oct 02 2004
ATLANTA – EarthLink is offering its users a new application designed to addressing the growing “phishing” scam plague on Internet users.
Truste, a nonprofit privacy group, said this week that phishing schemes, through which people are tricked into divulging personal financial information, have cost consumers $500 million.
EarthLink’s application is called ScamBlocker and is a free, browser-based toolbar.
"As professional criminals threaten to rob personal information by mimicking online retailers and corporate Web sites, EarthLink's ScamBlocker enables consumers to evaluate the safety level of every site they visit - helping to protect them from online fraud," said Matt Cobb, EarthLink's vice president of core applications, in a statement.
For information and to download the browser-
based application, see: www.earthlink.net/earthlinktoolbar
Found here: »www.localtechwire.com/article.cfm?u=9446
by drake 04:58AM Thursday Sep 23 2004
Standley Lake High School Students Teach Senior Citizens How to Use the
DENVER, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- In collaboration with AARP
Colorado, Standley Lake High School in Westminster, Colo., today will launch
an innovative program spearheaded by EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK), one of the
nation's leading Internet service providers (ISP), to bring together seniors,
net-savvy teenagers and the Internet.
The program, GenerationLink, is a national classroom-based initiative that
enlists high school students to teach seniors how to use the Internet.
Developed and launched by EarthLink in 2002, GenerationLink seeks to foster
intergenerational understanding by using the Internet to forge a connection
between teens and seniors.
by drake 04:05AM Saturday Sep 18 2004
EarthLink's R&D lab on Thursday released a proof-of-concept application to show how a popular messaging protocol can be used for purposes other than what it was designed, including sharing data. Dubbed SIPshare, the peer-to-peer application is designed to show how SIP -- for Session Initiation Protocol -- can be used for chores other than its typical collaboration and voice over IP (VoIP) duties.
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by drake 08:33PM Thursday Sep 16 2004
A new file-sharing program hit the Net late Wednesday, posted by none other than Internet service provider EarthLink.
The software, hosted on an out-of-the-way corner of the company's research and development site, is aimed at showing that a technology commonly used in Internet phone calls can be adapted to create a peer-to-peer network.
The "SIPshare" program--the name stemming from the Session Initiation Protocol technology the program is based on--is part of a larger EarthLink drive to show the flexibility of peer-to-peer networks, the site says. On the research page, the company outlines a vision of creating voice over P2P, video services using peer-to-peer, and other applications, all based on the Net-calling standard.
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by drake 03:59AM Wednesday Sep 08 2004
EarthLink today launched its wireless e-mail and voice service with the all-in-one color BlackBerry 7750 handheld by Research In Motion (RIM). The new offering combines phone, e-mail, Internet access and other applications, making EarthLink the first ISP to offer a complete wireless data and voice solution.
In addition to being sold, supported and provisioned by EarthLink, the new service offering features EarthLink's suite of protection tools. Included in the suite is EarthLink spamBlocker, which the company says blocks virtually 100 percent of unwanted e-mail messages at the server.
Continued here: »www.wirelessweek.com/index.asp?l···ndustry=
by drake 07:52PM Saturday Aug 28 2004
ATLANTA, Aug. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The following statement is in response to last night's filing by the Federal Communications Commission seeking Supreme Court review of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' October, 2003 ruling on cable modem services, and is attributable to Dave Baker, EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK - News) vice president of law and public policy:...
Continued here: »biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040828/nysa012_3.html