The singer reaches seven figures on Google's social network faster than anyone. But maybe that's only because Lady Gaga hasn't joined the service. And where's Justin Bieber?
In a breath of something akin to life for Google's Facebook-competitor, Britney Spears has come from obscurity to currently lead Google CEO Larry Page as the most followed human.
Was it idiocy on display or a clever way to snag viewers? Either way, a serial YouTube poster got the 15 minutes of fame he set out to achieve.
Prerna Gupta, CEO of start-up Khush, says company's new reverse-karaoke iPhone app, LaDiDa, will unleash our inner rock stars.
Environment, YouTube and troubled stars top Yahoo's Top Trends in 2007 lists.
But do we sense a Crackberry addiction?
Yahoo releases top ten lists for 2006
Celebrities dominated the top search terms at Yahoo in 2008. Also: people ask Ask.com how to get pregnant and what "maverick" means.
On Thursday, I wrote about how David Little at the Chico Enterprise-Record issued a decree in his Januray 20 column declaring that Britney Spears would go unmentioned for at least an entire month in the newspaper's print publication. After salvaging my e
Last month, David Little, the editor of the Chico Enterprise Record, ordered a month-long media blackout of Britney Spears at his newspaper. His actions followed the news that an assistant bureau chief for the Associated Press sent out a memo stating that