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.
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.
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.
Vogue and Wired are taking cues from Glamour and GQ, launching new online video channels packed with original content this month.
Twitter announced its interesting new music app today, Twitter #Music, which is now available to the entire world.
First Youtube, then iTunes, now Prince is against Twitter Vines, claiming that the six-second moving image clips violate copyright.
Nicki Minaj has teamed up with Beats Electronics to launch a special pink edition of the company’s Pill™ portable wireless Bluetooth® speaker device.
Alicia Keys’ Set the World on Fire tour has gone completely social, now enlisting Tumblr users to document every stop.
On April 2, Black Creatives and NBCUniversal’s Black Professional Alliance will host “Personal Social Branding for Professional Growth.”
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