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Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
Hope you had backups; Myspace didn't.
Social networking giant sees second month of slowing growth.
MySpace is cutting headcount in its US offices by a whopping 30 percent - although senior management is allegedly dodging the axe for now.
Survey reveals that 54% of Britons admit to checking up on their ex partners, while 97% of us search for ourselves on search engines
MySpace has announced plans for a development platform allowing programmers the chance to develop new ways to drive people to MySpace. Oh, and you get some ad revenue, too.
MySpace and Google have teamed up on Google’s OpenSocial platform in order to reach an even wider user base.
On the presses today is the tale of Jessica Zenner, a Nintendo contracter who was formally dismissed for posting derogatory remarks about her boss on a personal blog.
Workers are costing UK firms over £130 million a day by wasting time on social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
29,000 registered sex offenders have had their profiles removed from MySpace after receiving pressure from various state Attorney Generals.
MySpace has agreed to hand over the details of known convicted sex offenders that have signed up to the service.
The Attorney General of the State of Connecticut has proposed a new bill demanding that social networking sites require ID and parental consent.
Can't stop checking out your friends list? Have to know what everyone else is upto, even on the go? Now you will be able to, assuming you have a Voda mobile.
2007 could be the year where the DRM wall finally crumbles because a number of major record labels are pushing for the right to sell unprotected digital downloads.
Universal has taken all that hard-earned Zune money and done something truly typical with it - sued someone. MySpace is in violation of music copyrights, the RIAA member says.
The editor of Wired magazine devised a code that scanned through the Myspace directory searching for registered sex offenders. What he discovered was truly shocking...
MSN Soapbox will host user-created video content and allow it to be shared with the internets. But how does it differ from the ubiquitous video service?
After Google got into bed with MySpace, Microsoft had to settle for second best. Enter Facebook.
The NSA has funded research into how personal profile information on the web can be mined and sorted.
'Web 2.0' sites like Digg and Flickr provide some of the most awesome content on the web. Why on earth should we be worried about their popularity? Wil Harris explains the long-term consequences of all that information.
The NewsCorp-owned social networking site is selling episodes of the NewsCorp-owned drama series.
Is the online world of blogging turning us all into emotional voyeurs and exhibitionists? How much about yourself are you comfortable revealing? Plenty, it seems.
Hands up if you use XFire? It's undoubtedly the easiest way to keep in touch with your gaming buddies and clanmates, and now it's been bought up by Viacom.
Five students were arrested on Thursday after officials discovered plots to repeat a Columbine style massacre in their school after a threatening message was posted by one of the boys on myspace.com.
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