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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

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

It’s true, searching for local and global celebs online can be quite risky, with the chance of visiting a purposefully malicious site higher than ever.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 03 October 2014 12:04

Google in hot water over steamy celebrity photos

Apple isn't the only tech giant facing legal threats over the recent celebrity nude photo scandal, with Google now the subject of threatened legal action from a celebrity lawyer for allegedly not taking down the photos fast enough.

Published in Listed Tech
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 11:29

Apple shifts blame after nude celebrity hacking furore

Tech giant Apple has been embarrassed in a big way this week after compromising photos of several celebrities surfaced online, but it maintains its iCloud systems haven't been breached.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 11:50

Will Smith makes surprise Defcon appearance

Box office king Will Smith made waves at Defcon on the weekend, after he made a surprise appearance to do research for an upcoming movie.

Published in Security
Monday, 08 April 2013 17:02

Facebook to become pay-per-view?

Facebook is quietly trialling paid messaging in the UK, raising fears Aussies could face similar charges to contact celebrities or even merely friends of friends in the near future.

Published in Home Tech

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




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