The agency says that when celebrity tweeters want to promote something, they have to follow some new guidelines -- or else.
Everyone from Walter Koenig to Weird Al Yankovic has sat in a replica "Star Trek: The Next Generation" captain's chair now up for auction.
Actress Lily Collins may be gorgeous, talented, and have a famous rocker for a dad, but searching for her online can apparently lead your computer down a not-so-pretty path.
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Can you resist the growing plague of celebrity tech products? Crave writer Amanda Kooser dives into the murky, leopard-print waters of star-studded gear that should never have made it into the spotlight.
Reports suggest that Facebook is testing a celebrity-only app. Is it merely trying to battle Twitter's popularity among the famous?
Amazon launches its Entertainment Collectibles store, full of memorabilia from productions like "The Walking Dead," "Star Wars," "Star Trek," and "Resident Evil."
The only show where the world of celebrity collides with the world of technology.
The "We Think Alone" project makes public famous folks' e-mails on topics like money and advice. "Our inner life is not actually the same thing as our life on the computer," July notes.
Lots of celebrities have made appearances at this year's CES.