AOL to buy Techcrunch network of sites

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September 28, 2010

AOL announced today that it will acquire Techcrunch Network of Sites. Techcrunch and its associated properties will come under AOL’s umbrella while the editorial independence will be retained. The announcement will be made on stage at Techcrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, CA.

MobileCrunch, CrunchGear, TechCrunchIT, GreenTech, TechCrunchTV and CrunchBase are the popular websites in the Techcrunch Network. Techcrunch’s Network extends from Europe to Asia. Techcrunch has been the all time favorite website of Nerds and information-hungry visitors and is renowned for being the first one to break a Technology News. AOL already has another popular technology website Engadget under its hood and with the acquisition of Techcrunch, AOL surely will be the unbiased king in breaking Technology News.

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  • Barbie Sutt

    I can’t believe Mike Arrington sold out, this spells doom for the rest of us independent bloggers. In a couple years it will all be consolidated.

  • Yeah. I totally agree with you. He shouldn’t have sold it. But who could resist such a handsome price?