News Corp. CEO calls Google "pirates" and lambastes President Obama—then gets a taste of his own medicine.
The controversial media titan is now tweeting.
The cable channel is miffed that none of its articles made the social network's most-shared list. Turns out there's a good reason.
News International says it has an "open" policy on Twitter—but accounts claiming to be ex-employees are still shut.
Once-leading social networking site MySpace is sold for $35 million.