Pop singer and budding fashion icon RIhanna has passed fellow pop star Justin Bieber as the most-viewed artist on Youtube.
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Criticism of Beyoncé’s feminism is pushing feminist women of color further away from the movement’s already less inclusive “fourth wave.”
Unicef’s new “Likes Don’t Save Lives” campaign makes a hard-hitting point about social media and activism.
TIME Magazine’s 2013 issue of the 100 most influential people features Jay-Z, Malala Yousafzai, Jennifer Lawrence, Rand Paul, Elon Musk, Li Na, and Aamir Khan.
Do you believe Chris Dorner is right for what he is doing? Are his actions justified or inexcusable and wrong? Do you think there is some merit to what he believes is injustice and corruption within the LAPD?
Remember last summer when news hit that Justin Timberlake “bought Myspace”? Well, the singer/actor did take ownership stake in the social website via Specific Media and apparently went right to work with a total overhaul/redesign.
Usher’s candid episode of Oprah’s Next Chapter was a hot topic as tons of chatter took over Facebook and Twitter lastnight! While most viewers seemed to appreciate getting the inside story on the R&B star’s failed marriage and grueling custody battle, career turmoil, late step-son Kyle, and more — many felt he skated up, over and around some of Oprah’s very direct questions.
10 Days of Black Truths infographics aim to dispel unsourced myths about Black men and women in the United States.
Inspired by renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, Louis Vuitton has launched its Louis Vuitton Kusama Studio iPhone App to accompany seven forthcoming pop-up stores worldwide. Add visual effects to your own pictures and share them in a public gallery included in the application, on Facebook and Twitter, and on the minisite specifically created for the application.
Friendthem isn’t a social network. It’s not a dating website. Instead, it’s a fun and lightweight smartphone app built to optimize the Facebook experience by activating location-based friending functionality.
Available now in the Australian App Store, Facebook Pages Manager will hopefully be available to the rest of us very soon.
In celebration of April Fools’ Day, Sephora gives us a laugh with its “new feature” that tells us ladies what guys “really” think about our beauty products and rituals.
Versace has launched its Valentine’s Wishlist App on Facebook where you can add some of the most glamorous and bold Versace brand gifts to your own wishlist.
Honest Logos is a hilarious project by Swedish freelance designer Viktor Hertz. The revamped logo designs “seek to reveal the actual content of the companies and what they really should be called.”
Anyone who logs onto Tumblr today will notice that every single photo, tag and word is grayed out. If you panicked a little — that was the intent as they need your help to “protect the internet.”
Portugal’s Buraka Som Sistema has unveiled their latest single, “(We Stay) Up All Night,” a serious party anthem.
Will Google+ make you hit the’ Deactivation’ button on Facebook?
Hennessy is commemorating the release of their Limited Edition Remixed flask sleeves by giving away a Remixed prize pack consisting of a sleeve, a pair of Remixed sunglasses, and a wristband each week.
Demi Moore and Asthon Kutcher are using their star power to bring awareness and the eventual end of child and sex slavery, recruiting fellow celebrities Eva Longoria, Bradley Cooper, Jason Mraz, Adrian Peterson, Justin Timberlake and more for new campaign.
Twitter is basically saying that it has “enough third-party apps like Seesmic, Hoosuite, and Tweetdeck so build other stuff, developers!”