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Displaying items by tag: Celebrity

Celebrity life has never been more open than it is today. With online services such as social media giants like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram as well as You Tube and Twitch streaming services, fans have many channels open to them to explore the life of their idols. Now PADLOKT give unprecedented interactivity to your favourite stars.

Published in Entertainment

Billionaire Carl Icahn may have cashed out of his Apple shares, but the world's wealthiest investor Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett knows you need to buy low and sell high.

Published in Home Tech

The social media world’s newest two celebrities are Brandon Reynolds, 21, and Jarrod Hrotek, 22, whose app lets people chat to celebs for a fee, of which 50% goes to charity.

Published in Apps

A new Australian startup called Sociabl lets you ‘purchase a video call’ with your favourite celeb, with a charity angle thrown in for good measure.

Published in Entertainment

Microsoft has finally crossed the 'magic 1 million mark' of Xbox 360 sales in Australia and New Zealand, and is celebrating with a special series of charity auctions to help a local children's charity, but while the number sold is definitely noteworthy, one can only wonder how many of those Xbox 360s are still working following the RRoD scandal.

Published in Entertainment
Sunday, 24 January 2010 19:12

Here comes the Johnny Depp RIP malware

Is Johnny Depp dead? No. But that won't stop the malware merchants exploiting the confusion?

Published in Security
Thursday, 04 June 2009 16:11

Google bungs 'œcelebrity' zing into iGoogle

With all the Google launches of this week and last, co-incidentally right at the same time Microsoft has launched its new Bing search engine, Google has also gone Squared, and has surrounded itself with celebrity star power!
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 29 May 2009 15:27

Susan Boyle for sale

The owner of susanboyle.com is hoping entrepreneurs or fans of Susan Boyle, the Scottish singer, will snap up this domain name for a cool $US 25,000. Yet, this is no case of cyber-squatting because the owner is none other than, well, Susan Boyle.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 11 February 2009 18:58

Is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama still twittering?

There is a Buddhist saying that "Things are not what they appear to be: nor are they otherwise" which certainly appears to fit the strange case of the Twittering Dalai Lama.

Published in Market
If you were a celebrity stuck in a lift, what would you do while waiting to be rescued? 

Published in Networking
Celebrity Twitter users post something interesting, shock horror! Well, not quite. Hackers who compromised their accounts have posted a variety of messages on their behalf, ranging from the amusing to the offensive. Still, it makes a change from boring I guess.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 03 December 2008 06:53

Barack beats Britney

When the 2008 Google Zeitgeist report of top search terms is published next week, the top of the list will be US President-elect Barack Obama. The result is in stark contrast to that of Yahoo! which has Britney Spears in the top spot ahead of Obama.

Published in Core Dump
Tuesday, 02 December 2008 12:10

Britney beats Barack

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Once again, Britney Spears is the most-searched person on Yahoo! for 2008, pushing US President-Elect Barack Obama into second spot.

Published in Core Dump
Sunday, 19 October 2008 17:21

Britney and Obama: Fight!

With the arrival of Britney Spears on Twitter, is the reign of Chief Twit Barack Obama finally over or can the pop princess do it again in the realm of the social network?

Published in Networking
An Australian-led study of people who stalk the British Royal family and European politicians found that, as a group, they have a very high percentage of psychotic illnesses.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 23:52

I AM A MAC if I am being honest

Could things get any worse for Microsoft from a marketing perspective, after the embarrassingly bad Seinfeld ads and the embarrassingly embarrassing Steve Ballmer I AM A PC video clip? Oh yes, yes they could...

Published in Strategy




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