Senegalese-American pop star Akon speaks to CNN about his major sustainable energy initiative, which will bring electricity to 600 million people.
National Geographic Channel has ordered a second season of Neil deGrasse Tyson‘s new latenight talk show ‘StarTalk’ ahead of its first season premiere.
Engineering students Viet Tran and Seth Robertson have created a fire extinguisher that uses low-frequency sound waves to fight fire.
Feminist Frequency’s Anita Sarkeesian speaks on harassment tactics used to try and silence and discredit women: conspiracy theories and impersonation.
On Monday, Google revealed an animated Google Doodle dedicated to tennis champion Althea Gibson (August 25, 1927 – September 28, 2003) for what would have been her 87th birthday.
If you have noticed a serious lack of diversity in the highest-grossing sci-fi and fantasy films, you weren’t imagining it.
On Monday, actress/singer Keke Palmer made her talk show host debut with ‘Just Keke’ on BET, and also landed the cover Jet Magazine’s first digital issue.
Kanye West made a surprise appearance at a Translation seminar at the Cannes Lions festival on Tuesday, June 17, where he spoke on what inspires him, the Apple/Beats deal, Steve Jobs and much more.
26-year-old DJ, model and tech entrepreneur Hannah Bronfman was recently tapped to cover Lifestyle Mirror Magazine’s Food & Fashion issue, where she encourages people to dump processed foods, forget white flour and start cooking at home.
Not only does Microsoft have a new CEO, Satya Nadella, the tech giant has tapped veteran Silicon Valley executive John W. Thompson to replace Bill Gates as its chairman this week.
Beats Electronics is entering the streaming music game with plans to launch Beats Music in January.
Disney Interactive, Hollywood Records, Radio Disney and VEVO have all joined forces to launch a more family-friendly music portal on the official Disney website and cross VEVO’s digital platforms.
Youtube has its eye on big things with the first annual Youtube Awards, set to be held live at New York City’s Pier 36 on November 3rd.
Much buzzed about in the blogs and on the web lately is the focus and interest in what’s increasingly being called “Black Twitter.”
Think of Question Bridge as the barbershop 2.0 — a virtual and interactive space for Black men to freely converse, debate, and connect, while others observe, learn and deprogram.
Pop singer and budding fashion icon RIhanna has passed fellow pop star Justin Bieber as the most-viewed artist on Youtube.
Google Play Music All Access is Google’s new streaming music service that’s taking on successful brands like Spotify, Pandora, and Rdio.
A number of very clever iPhone and Android concert-ticket apps have emerged which have completely changed the face of ticket buying forever.
Now that Bill Gates will look to focus on open agricultural data, let’s revisit his dedication to the eco-friendly toilet.
Vogue and Wired are taking cues from Glamour and GQ, launching new online video channels packed with original content this month.