CNET -- Oct 28 -- Friendster's new capabilities, come through a distribution partnership with Grouper Networks, a start-up that specializes in technology for sharing photos and home videos over the Web. After downloading Grouper's free file-sharing software, Friendster members can invite people to view an unlimited number of photos and videos as well as stream music. Facebook began allowing members to create online photo albums with no limit on the number of photos they can upload. MySpace lets members upload and share songs. And Slide, which launched in August, makes photo-sharing a key aspect of its social networking site. FULL ARTICLE @ CNET
Mark Brooks: New CEO Taek Kwon is shaking Friendster up and adding lots of fun new features at a frenetic pace. If only he was on board a year earlier. Still, I really hope Friendster sees a resurgence. Myspace has stolen Friendster's thunder, but Friendster is no small fry.