Myspace is rebranding its website and introducing a suite of products that together redefine the company as a social entertainment destination for Gen Y.
MySpace, the once mighty social network, has been retooled and relaunched as a music and entertainment social network. The new look still resembles Facebook.
MySpace is the latest in the recent string of social networking sites that have taken heat for sharing user IDs and profiles with third parties.
Apple's Ping music service launched to lackluster reviews and the company is attempting to remedy some of that in the latest update to iTunes 10.0.1.
The revenue hungry former champion of social networking may soon begin a subscription model for its musical content.
MySpace can't seem to hold onto execs: after four months, co-president Jason HIrschhorn has left the company.
Facebook tops the list of most searched for companies in the U.S., ahead of heavy hitters like Google and Yahoo.
In an age where online privacy is not a "social norm," MySpace user data is now for sale, including blog posts, playlists, pictures, application usage, and more.
New documents show how the U.S. federal government uses sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to snoop around during criminal investigations.
MySpace is looking to re-invent itself with a new focus on games, movies, entertainment...and music.
Video games might seem like a thing for the young, but a PopCap survey of U.S. and UK social games finds that only 6 percent of them are 21 or younger.
Microsoft's beta Outlook Social Connector add-on for Outlook can bring in data from social networking services.
Less than a year into to job, former Facebook exec Owen Van Natta was stepped down as CEO of MySpace...effective immediately.
Microsoft may be looking to enhance Bing's search share...by paying newspapers and content providers to opt out of Google.
Rumor has it that social networking site MySpace is in talks to buy up imeem.