Our lead feature peeks behind the curtain of the new-look Myspace and tests out its shiny new features and layout. In 2005, it was the hottest service in the world but its time under the control of News Corp. saw it slip into irrelevance and lose enormous ground to Facebook. Its new owners think they can fix what News Corp. messed up/couldn't be bothered to amend (delete as applicable). It certainly looks good – but is that enough to silence the crowing of the naysayers and revive those tens of millions of lapsed and cobwebbed accounts?
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