Reports have been coming in the for the past 2 hours that AOL Mail is down. It is not currently known what is causing the outage, but the AOL Customer Support Twitter account has stated tht the company is looking into issues with both AOL and Yahoo.
Yahoo Groups were nonfunctional all last week, according to customers complaining on the company's support forum and Twitter.
On Friday, last week, Cisco admitted that an engineering gaffe caused the company to lose customer data uploaded before a certain configuration was applied to one of its cloud services.
Two malware families battling for turf are most likely the cause of an outage suffered by Californian ISP Sierra Tel at the beginning of the month.
A mysterious issue is affecting the default Windows NTP server (time.windows.com), according to multiple complaints coming from Reddit and Twitter users.
Millions of small websites, app backends, and various high-profile services are offline or experiencing severe issues because of a mysterious problem that hit Amazon's S3 (Simple Storage Service) a few hours ago.
Link bookmarking service Instapaper came back online today following a critical database issue that forced it offline for 31 hours over the past two days.
GitLab.com, a web service for hosting and syncing source code, similar to GitHub, has gone down last night at around 18:00 ET, January 31, and after 11 hours, at the time of publishing, the website is still down.