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Eat your heart out, iTunes!
Justin Timberlake knows music, and he's pretty sure he knows what people want next in their online search for new beats.
Myspace will become a music hub, and JT believes it can surpass iTunes, Spotify, and Vevo by doing it.
Wonder if this one will get the Law & Order treatment now that we're only down to Special Victims Unit!
In light of Facebook,
MySpace, and Twitter essentially taking over the lives of everyone ever, the NYPD will reportedly be launching a new juvenile justice department, focusing exclusively on tracking criminal activity using the websites, which will be known as the ‘Social Media Unit.'
Assistant Commissioner Kevin O'Connor will be in charge, due to his prior success providing critical information on a number of shooting cases linked to a Manhatten North gang unit by linking it to members who boasted about their crimes via Facebook!
Other cases solved by the usage of this technology include:
Suck it nerd!
The creeper who bragged about hacking Miley Cyrus' email account and posting nearly-nekkid photos of the then-15-year-old online has pleaded guilty to unrelated charges of hacking and credit card fraud.
Josh Holly, 21, appeared in federal court in Mi-Cy's hometown of Nashville
MySpace is about to say GoodbyeSpace…but WhySpace???
During a recent interview, Napster co-founder Sean Parker opened up about why he believes Facebook beat out MySpace in the Social Network wars.
Here's Sean on where MySpace went wrong:
Time will only tell if he will succeed!
Let's all be honest - no one uses their MySpace anymore. It's all about the Facebook and the Twitter. It's become updated, passe. They've laid off almost all of their staff and the last we heard, the head honchos were just about ready to fold.
But there might just might be a way to save MySpace … and his name is Justin Timberlake!
It was announced via the company that Justin is taking a stake in MySpace and is eager to help in its new strategy and creative direction to a more music based website. On his stake about the ownership, he explains:
Yep, you read correctly. MySpace IS still around.
The former internet phenom is going on sale for $30 million, which pales in comparison to the whopping $580 mil it took to start it.
Those vying for the company include Specific Media, Golden Gate Capital, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick, and the site's co-founders - Chris DeWolfe and Tom Anderson.
With the sale will also come a 50 percent layoff rate leaving the cyber giant with only 200 employees.
Looks like it's withering away, but for old time's sake, we hope Tom gets it!