Spotify’s new follow function has created one of the best music discovery engines yet, not to mention a bonafide social network built around music, musicians, and fans.
Tila Tequila was a reality star for the digital age. Now she's a fear-mongering conspiracy theorist. The very thing that catapulted the unknown into relative super-stardown - the Internet - is the same thing that tore her down. What happened?
All the big names in Internet and music are here at SXSW – except Myspace. At least, so far. Word on the street is Myspace plans to quietly invade SXSW this year with secret concerts, and we've got inside information on who and when.
Myspace wants to be the new place to stream music. But licensing group Merlin says the revamped social network already has a copyright infringement problem.
After some dark times, Myspace has managed to secure itself a bit of spotlight. But before we can say that's more than launch-hype, there are a few things the platform needs to get right to win back our patronage and define itself as a different kind of…
The new Myspace is out of invite-only beta and now anyone can sign up and start sharing content or discovering new music.
Pearltrees announced an update to its platform today that will allow users the limited personalization of icons and backgrounds for their pearls.
After giving us details on the new Myspace last week, the music platform's leaked pitch deck reveals more about how the site plans to challenge Spotify and Pandora for a top streaming service spot.
After going hands-on with the new Myspace, we sat down with the site's owners to talk future feature plans, connecting with new artists, and what exactly they liked about the Myspace of yore.
We go hands on with the new Myspace, a bold, new look and reinterpretation of the original social networking site we all once loved ... and then hated. Can this complete overhaul win us back?
Myspace is overdue for a complete redesign, and while the new interface teases to be quite modern, is it too late for a comeback?
Social networking didn't start with Facebook. We examine the history of social networking, from BBSes to Friendster to Diaspora.
Separated by thousands of miles and an entire ocean, signing up for a Facebook account helped a man and his son find each other after decades of lost time.
Preteens shouldn’t be allowed on Facebook, but not just for their own safety. It’s the rest of us who need to be worried.
MySpace has settled with the FTC after the Commission accused the social network of violating user privacy by sharing personally identifiable information with third-parties.