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Paul Hartsock
Icon Project's Lost That Shortcut Feeling
03/13/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 999 Words

Or, with the correct application of hearts, sparkles and bodily waste, they could create the most hideous icons this side of MySpace .

Forget the Trick
But until recently, much of the attention Icon Project received wasn't about one-touch access...

Erika Morphy
Facebook Needles Twitter, Pinterest, With New Interest Lists
03/09/12 10:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 619 Words

Facebook is gifted at changing its network at regular intervals and still maintaining its customers, he observed, noting that "when MySpace would make changes, they would lose their customers to Facebook."

Adding to the Customer Data Treasure Trove

Barbara Hudson
Canonical's Ticking Time Clock
02/28/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1337 Words

Great Expectations
MySpace had just been launched the previous summer, Facebook was just starting up, Twitter was three years in the future. Still, demand for a free desktop OS that would let people do spreadsheets and work with these nascent...

Peter Suciu
New Social Network for Caregivers Bucks 'User as Product' Model
02/16/12 12:11 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 643 Words

Social networking is far older than Facebook, MySpace or even Friendster, according to Schwartz, CareZone founder and CEO. Family is actually the world's oldest social network, and whether by birth or by choice everyone is pretty much part of it.

However, this...

Erika Morphy
How MySpace Got Its Groove Back
02/14/12 4:55 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 602 Words

... Monday, Myspace announced startling news: 1 million new members have joined in the past month, and the rate of signups has risen to 40,000 per day. Myspace was considered all but dead when Specific Media and singer and actor Justin Timberlake took...

Steve Harmon
Facebook's IPO: What's Its Game?
02/07/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1003 Words

This is what happened to MySpace , and it's a main reason MySpace failed. It became a place to tout wares -- radio stations, music groups, and then consumer packaged goods, etc.

Same thing is happening to Facebook. Consumer packaged goods, brands,...

Steve Harmon
Jerry Yang and Yahoo's Humble Beginnings
02/04/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1031 Words

Jerry Yang is no longer "Chief Yahoo." He left Yahoo after 17 years. That's the news most people read or hear....

Paul Hartsock
Apple Does the Money Dance
01/28/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2153 Words

In reaction to this, a bunch of Facebook, MySpace and Twitter engineers got together and cooked up a new bookmarklet . And they opted not to hold back when they came up with a name -- they're calling it "Don't Be Evil."...

Richard Adhikari
Rival Social Nets Scold Google With 'Don't Be Evil' Bookmarklet
01/24/12 12:47 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 686 Words

... from Facebook , Twitter and MySpace have released a bookmarklet called "Don't Be Evil" for the Google Chrome browser. A bookmarklet is a bit of code that runs in a Web browser and temporarily enables added functionality. This one adds more social...

Rob Spiegel
Investors Unwilling to Cut LinkedIn Some Slack
11/04/11 12:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 728 Words

There is always the opportunity for a super-services company to swoop in and simplify things for users -- overshadowing LinkedIn just like Facebook did MySpace .

"LinkedIn, so far, remains largely untouched by Facebook and Google +," said Enderle. They are not...

Jeff Kagan
Hello... Hello... Can You Hear Me Now?
09/29/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1137 Words

Four percent use MySpace once in a while.

Fifty-nine percent use Facebook -- greater than the 52 percent of the general U.S. population who use it.

Eight percent of the higher-income respondents use Twitter -- less than the 11 percent...

Paul Hartsock
The Board Giveth, the Board Taketh Away
09/24/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2311 Words

In the past, people who've quit Facebook out of frustration had to either forget about online social networks, tie themselves to a sinking ship with MySpace , or join some kind of micro-network and hope they could convince all their friends to join...

Richard Adhikari
Facebook's Latest Work: One Too Many Facelifts?
09/23/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 710 Words

Previously, angry subscribers had no alternative. MySpace was dying, and other social networking sites were pitifully small compared to Facebook.

This time, however, beleaguered Facebook subscribers may have an option -- Google+, Google's attempt at social networking, is lurking in the...

Rachelle Dragani
Facebook Rakes In Mountains of Megabucks
09/08/11 2:17 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 918 Words

Smaller and older competitors like LinkedIn and MySpace don't come close either, making Facebook highly attractive in the eyes of display advertisers and leading to more questions about just how much the company is worth.

Facebook didn't respond to the E-Commerce Times'...

Sidney Hill
It's Google+ vs. Facebook in the Battle for Web Domination
07/22/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 923 Words

Facebook trailed MySpace into the social media arena, but it wasn't long before Facebook became the place to be, and MySpace all but folded.

Google had a similar history vis-a-vis Yahoo in the search space. Now, it wants to repeat that history...

Erika Morphy
Facebook's Rock Bottom Satisfaction Score Leaves Opening for Google+
07/19/11 9:17 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 600 Words

MySpace , not surprisingly, was dropped from this year's index due to its membership decline.

In general, social media is one of the lowest-scoring categories, ACSI said, topping only airlines, newspapers, and subscription television services.

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Rob Spiegel
Zuckerberg Finds Friends on Google+
07/05/11 12:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 891 Words

New Hope for MySpace?
If Facebook and Google+ are the two general social networking sites, where does that leave MySpace ? If there are questions about whether there is room for two big sites, could there possibly be room for...

Paul Hartsock
Google's Social Blowout
07/02/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2435 Words

The Fall of MySpace
After years of lost money, member defections, logo changes, layoffs and an uncountable number of unbelievably ugly profile pages, MySpace is leaving the House of Murdoch. News Corp. has sold the downward-spiraling social network for a...

Rachelle Dragani
News Corp. Sends the MySpace Band Packing
06/30/11 9:48 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 698 Words

... Media announced Wednesday that the company, in partnership with recording artist Justin Timberlake, will buy MySpace from News Corp. in hopes of revitalizing the ailing social networking site . The rumored price is around US$35 million to $40 million, less than a...

Sonia Arrison
Facebook Shouldn't Wall Off Minors
06/23/11 10:28 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 623 Words

Bebo , Facebook and Myspace were singled out as top performers in this area. Despite Kroes' statement of disappointment, that sounds like good news.

Choice, Not Regulation
Even if kids could only connect with other kids on social networks, many...

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