If you thought MySpace died a horrible death a very long time ago, well, you probably aren't alone.
Apparently Apple doesn't always win when it comes to intellectual property law.
Moribund social networking service Myspace has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it misled users over the use of their personal information.
Spring break is upon us, and as MXDWN packs up and heads to Austin for the hugely popular SXSW Festival, so do many music moguls.
I pretty much chocked MySpace up for dead way back when. The social networking site has been bleeding visitors since 2008, when at its peak, it attracted 75.9 million unique visitors each month.
Yes, there is Google+ and MySpace, but don't you ever get the feeling that Facebook is the only happening social networking site in town?
Next month, there will one more reason for everyone to stay logged into Facebook 24/7.
Space shuttle Atlantis achieved orbit in its final mission today, perhaps reminding you that your mom might not have been telling the truth when she said that you could be anything you want, even an astronaut.
News Corp. is reportedly offloading the moribund MySpace to Specific Media for a cool $35 million.
Yahoo's finally found someone to take bookmarking service Delicious off its hands, selling up to YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen.
Rumor has it the media mogul is fed up with the failing social network and plans on taking it in a different direction completely.
It's time to jump off the sinking ship.
MySpace lost an extraordinary ten million users in the space of just a month, according to figures from ComScore.
As Facebook continues to grow, MySpace.com has been forced to cut 500 employees - a number which accounts for 47% of its current staff.
MySpace has, as long expected, signed a deal allowing its users to log in using Facebook.
In a final attempt to claw users back from Facebook, Myspace has redesigned its website and says it plans to focus on its core user base of teenagers and young adults.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em: MySpace has at last decided to sync with Facebook, allowing users to cross-post content and share status updates.
In what is by far the biggest move from Google into online gaming, the search giant has reportedly agreed to pay $182 million to acquire social game developer Slide.
There are now more Facebook user accounts than there are Windows 7 licenses, people in the United States, and the number of daily Twitter posts, combined!
There are nearly two-and-a-half times as many people using mobile Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace apps than there were last year, confirming it as the dominatingly largest growth area for the industry.