TechBytes: MySpace Becomes a Space For Entertainment

Moms online, driverless van.

ByBRETT LEVY and CARRIE HALPERIN
October 28, 2010, 10:52 AM

Oct. 28, 2010— -- MySpace is relaunching. The website is moving away from its social networking roots, and focusing more on music, videos and celebrity gossip. The new focus also comes with a more streamlined look. The redesigned MySpace will be rolling out over the next month.

More mothers are using technology to make their lives easier, giving them more quality time with their families. A new study by our parent company, Disney, finds moms spend an average of 24 hours a week on the Internet. They use that time to connect with family and friends, search for information and manage their families' lives.

A driverless van has completed the longest trip ever by an unmanned vehicle. The van arrives at the Shanghai World Expo today, after a three-month, 8,000 mile road trip, which started in Italy. On the journey through Eastern Europe, Russia and China, human drivers only had to take over on a few occasions.

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