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Friday, 19 October 2007 13:00

MySpace opens to third party developers

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Web2Summit: The who’s who of the Web


MySpace,
the world’s largest social online network, will open itself to third party developers by giving them shared access to their network.

This is a new ploy designed to increase MySpace’s social networking percentages abroad. The initial stage will include a “beta-testers” section where the API for the shared application will be limited to certain users. Once deemed safe, it will achieve broader exposure.

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The announcement at Web2Summit was made by News Corporation chairman, Rupert Murdoch, who was joined by MySpace Chief Executive, Chris DeWolfe. Appearing together before Silicon Valley's Internet elite they answered questions about the media conglomerate's digital future. See more here.


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