Is Google Stifling Media Competition?

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Publishing giant News Corp has locked horns with Google, claiming that the search engine giant is “cynical” and “egregious”, and is a “platform of piracy”. It is bringing a case before European competition authorities, arguing that Google’s original founding vision – first set out by founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1994 – for… Read more »

MySpace to relaunch as potential threat to Spotify

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And once it swallows Spotify and Pandora, it might even look like this...

MySpace, you remember that old relic right? We all had a groovy profile, and an even cooler background – our own place on the web. Long before the likes of Facebook, twitter and Pinterest were even thought of. As we are well aware, and as Tom quite thoroughly evaluated (flattery gets you nowhere, Chris), MySpace… Read more »

MySpace are re-launching themselves but is it all too little too late?

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Tom

I remember back in the day being an avid MySpace user – I would spend hours upon hours customising the background, editing in gifs and making my profile look absolutely amazing. My actual interaction with friends was pretty minimal – I just liked having that online property where I could show myself off.

The Top 10 Relics of the Internet

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The internet, as we know it, is a relatively old creature now – we all know that a primitive version existed way back in the 1950s with point-to-point communication, but it wasn’t until the mid-1990s that it gained a commercial and public significance. And in these tumultuous two decades, we’ve had the highs and the… Read more »