That's what top venture capitalist Josh Kopelman reckons, anyway. Okay, so he doesn't say the phrase 'MySpace killer', but he suggests that Facebook's new third-party applications could leave MySpace looking like Prodigy or AOL from the early days of the internet, who tried to hang onto their roles as proprietary gatekeepers until they realised everyone else had moved on.
Dave wrote earlier about the fact that Vodafone has launched a MySpace WAP site on its Vodafone Live portal, in advance of a downloadable application coming later in the summer. Since it's part of an exclusive deal, for now this is the only way us Brits will be able to access MySpace on our phones.
There are several mobile applications for the Twitter micro-blogging service already, and Twitlet is the latest. It's a simple, clean app that lets you post tweets on the go, as well as check what your friends have been up to.
You might remember a couple of recent posts looking at how well the Wii and PS3's web browsers cope with Web 2.0 sites. Well, Games Digest now has a unified megapost blending the two tests to see who's best.
Facebook, America's number two social networking site, has enjoyed massive growth over the past six months has had a facelift and additional features, as it becomes a mainstream site eclipsed only by MySpace. About six months ago, the site faced...