Jan 27, 2010

Of your involvement with toasters and teabags

Application without much attention to appropriateness is one of the indications that an idea has become a meme.

Oct 13, 2009

Facebook share of US social media market grows nearly 200%

Facebook's traffic now accounts for nearly 59 per cent of the US social media market, compared to just under two per cent for microblogging site Twitter. But while Twitter lags behind Facebook in market share, it has experienced growth of 1170 per cent year-on-year, according to internet measurement firm Experian Hitwise.

May 14, 2009

MySpace India hires Amit Koshal

MySpace India has announced the appointment of Amit Koshal as senior business development manager - mobile. In his new role, Koshal (pictured) will spearhead the mobile strategy for MySpace India. Prior to this appointment, he was working with ACL Wireless as head of business development for Asia Pacific and Latin America.

Dec 15, 2008

MySpace launches toolbar to enhance user experience

MySpace has launched MySpace Toolbar, an internally developed product which will give users activity notifications during their web browsing experience. The toolbar is available to all users in India, United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland.MySpace users can install the Toolbar by going to, and start receiving real time alerts and notifications including new friend requests, messages, comments, mood updates, friend updates and MySpace search powered by Google.

Apr 25, 2008

'Brand enthusiasts will become advertisers': MySpace's Katz

Travis Katz, MD, International MySpace/ Fox Interactive Media talks about MySpace’s plans in India. The site has launched in India recently and has already announced a slew of initiatives with various Indian media companies like Zee Cafe and SaReGaMa.How will you position MySpace in India vis-à-vis the already existing social networking sites like Facebook, Orkut and the local sites like Bigadda,

Apr 18, 2008

MySpace now in your space

MySpace, the social networking site from Fox Interactive Media, has officially launched its Indian portal, MySpace India. The portal has also launched a developer platform for its Indian version where people can create applications for MySpace and distribute it globally.