News Corp. wants to sell Myspace for $100 million

By Emil
Mar 28, 2011
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  1. News Corp. is looking to sell the struggling social network Myspace, previously called MySpace but now stylized as My_____, for $100 million. That\'s less than 20 percent of what theā€¦

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  2. gobbybobby

    gobbybobby TS Maniac Posts: 546

    nobodys gonna want Myspace, Although it is still used alot it is losing numbers to facebook. Everyone has facebook, and the people that don't are pretty much isolated, Well within my group of freinds and family anyway. I don't want to have a Facebook and myspace account there is only 1 spot for social network in the world market.
  3. I will give them a fiver for it.....


    I could buy some steak for a fiver, at least that would be useful.... and tasty....

    Yeah, ill buy a steak instead.....
  4. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TS Evangelist Posts: 1,113   +61

    Steak sounds good... My Steak.
  5. stewi0001

    stewi0001 TS Evangelist Posts: 987   +330

    pay me and maybe then I'll take myspace. I wonder if Tom is still on myspace? XD Anyways I quit using myspace long ago because there was too many fake accounts that would spam my account. What ever ends up happening to myspace, I say good ridden!
  6. Let it had its day..but now its just Wastedspace
  7. example1013

    example1013 TS Enthusiast Posts: 265

    MySpace is like Facebook's seedy, back-alley cousin.
  8. Wendig0

    Wendig0 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,092   +93

    People still use Myspace? Kill it with fire!
  9. Xclusiveitalian

    Xclusiveitalian TS Guru Posts: 690   +55

    Facebook should buy Myspace and destroy it
  10. yRaz

    yRaz TS Evangelist Posts: 1,541   +518

    Myspace is the illegitimate child that the internet rejected. Facebook is like the little brother who is more successful than the older brother because he learned from older bro's mistakes. Only thing that myspace is good for now is music. Even then, is there any good music now-a-days?

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