Hooked Up: The iPad-obsessed Christina Milian and her love of tech

Kevin Frazier, co-anchor of OMG Insider, spends time with Christina Milian on the set of "The Voice." Plus, CNET Senior Editor Brian Tong breaks down Google Glass, and some of the best accessories for the iPad.

In this week's Hooked Up episode, Kevin Frazier hangs out with Grammy-nominated singer, actress, and fashion designer Christina Milian. She talks about her love for technology, how she started off in AOL chat rooms during the early days of the Internet, and the technology and apps she can't go without.

She's also the social-media correspondent for "The Voice," and she talks about how it allows her to connect the performers to the audience in a genuine way.

Christina's truly a gadget girl and she's obsessed with Google Glass so I'll break down what it's about and some of the cool stuff you can do with it. The bigger question is if you'll wear it.

Christina is also just a little addicted to the iPad, so I'll show off three very different accessories that will add a whole lot of functionality to your tablet.

It's the fourth episode of Hooked Up -- the only show where the worlds of celebrity and technology collide.

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