Myspace is overdue for a complete redesign, and while the new interface teases to be quite modern, is it too late for a comeback?
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.
MTV is reminding us what the capital 'M' stands for with an artist-centric social media effort.
While Google continues to push Google+ integration into more Google products like YouTube and Gmail, the social network is lagging behind competitors significantly in regards to user engagement.
It appears that the line between seamlessly sharing apps and the old-fashioned kind is a little blurry.
Myspace's surprising new user numbers have a very unlikely source to thank: Facebook.
MySpace has attracted 1 million new members since December, which coupled with its extensive music library and aggressive future plans, could spell trouble for subscription music sites.
The data wars continue to amp up, and now Google+'s competition is fighting back with a tool that surfaces actual social search results.
News Corp. CEO says company "learned lots of valuable expensive lessons" from MySpace fiasco.
The pop culture icon and part owner of MySpace has thrown his weight behind MySpace TV, a new social platform for watching TV together with friends in real time.
While millions of people join Facebook every month to connect with friends and family, the social network seems to be wreaking havoc on marriages in the United Kingdom according to a new study.
With countless numbers of search terms flowing through Google's search engine all the time, the company likes to compile the most popular search terms each year and publish the Google Zeitgeist.
After serving as Facebook's chief operating officer and MySpace's CEO, Owen Van Natta has now departed from game maker Zynga...missing out on the company's public offering.