After buying MySpace for $35 million over a year ago, its current owners in Specific Media are promising a revamp of the social networking service "soon" with a new video showing off its UI.
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The MySpace social media service has decided to delay its plans for a major revamp of the company. Its new owners Specific Media and Justin Timberlake bought MySpace earlier this summer.
Earlier today it was revealed that online advertising company Specific Media had purchased the social networking web site MySpace for a bargain basement price of $35 million. But that's not all. Today Specific Media revealed...
MySpace, the once mighty social networking web site that is now a shadow of its former self, has been officially sold off by its former owner News Corporation to the advertising company Specific Media. AllThingsDigital...