Two sources tell TechCrunch that MySpace has acquired the brand-new widget start-up.
The two online companies have been acquired--not by MySpace.com, but by the social networking site's parent company.
More slideshow creation tools arrive. This time it's newcomer Flektor, a tool for making neat looking multimedia slideshows.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting layoffs at digital unit that oversees MySpace and Photobucket has cut staffing.
The first in the series of real-time Webcast chats with the major parties' presidential contenders will take place at the University of New Hampshire, but online observers will be able to participate as well.
Even though it was live-streamed, live-blogged, and live-polled, young voters at the "Closing Arguments" event in New York didn't touch upon the issues that govern the Web.
Democratic contender will converse with students at Coe College in Iowa, as well as viewers watching a live stream and submitting questions online.
Alex Welch tells CNET News.com that there had never really been any plan to become a MySpace division--Fox Interactive was the prospective buyer the whole time.
Still in a close rivalry with competitor Boku, Zong has partnered with two subscription services so that members can bill their payments to their cell phone bills.
Photobucket improves its slide show tools, but how useful is it?