The most popular celebrities on Instagram lose massive numbers of followers after the photo-sharing service purges fake or spam accounts, according to a list published to the Web.
The digital world is in a frenzy after a girl posted a picture of a boy who works at Target. No, really.
While investigating an alleged egging of a neighbor's house, police seize Justin Bieber's iPhone in search of, well, messages egging on the egging. The star, though, is said to be in fear of what else the police might find.
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Despite garnering 100,000 signatures, the petition to ask the White House to remove the Canadian heartthrob from the US gets a very political reply.
What would it take to get 10 million people to sign up on HealthCare.gov in 48 hours? "Saturday Night Live" thinks selfies, cats, and celebrities are the answer.
An online petition that secured 220,000 signatures has forced the US government to consider the fate of the Canadian pop star. The White House's press secretary says it is being mulled.
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the fine Canadian singer offered himself as a brand ambassador to his fellow Canadians for a mere $200,000 and 20 phones. He was rejected.
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Life is probably great when you're a coming-of-age pop star, but there's a risk your private life could be outed by social-media blabbermouths.