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Bon Iver, One Direction Top Aussie Facebook Trends in 2012

Like tons of other internet properties, Facebook is joining to party and slowly releasing its year-end data. Earlier this month, we learned that the number one Facebook game of 2012 was SongPop. Today, Facebook has released the top 2012 trends for Australian users. The Facebook data looked at the top ten mention, the top then check-in locations, and the top …

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Twitter Unveils 2012 Year-in-Review Hub

As the year-end best-of lists continue to roll in, Twitter is making their foray in chronicling 2012 with an impressive new round-up site called “2012 Year on Twitter.” The site features a series of top metrics as well as more in depth features about stories that played out on Twitter this year. You can access the year-in-review portal here. Twitter’s …

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Twitter Adds Trends For 100 More Cities

Twitter announced today that it has added Trends for 100 more cities around the world. Among them are Istanbul, Frankfurt, Guadalajara and Incheon. That puts the total number of locations at over 200. You can see the Trends for all the different locations by simply clicking “Change” in the Trends section. “People around the world turn to Twitter to talk …

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#MacroMonday: Google+ Showcases Larger Than Life Photography

Today is Monday (I know, I know, grumble grumble grumble). And that can only mean one thing: No, not football, silly. I’m talking about #MacroMonday on Google+. #MacroMonday is currently trending on the social network (and it’s not the first time), and users are sharing their favorite macro images. Macro photography, as it’s known in this regard, is the art …

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#MacroMonday Surfaces Some Cool Photos On Google+

It’s #MacroMonday on Google+, and users are sharing some larger than life pics of some small things. It also happens to be #MirrorMonday, which is also some producing some pretty cool imagery. As they often do, today’s trending topics on Google’s social network highlight the photographic nature of it, which Google has gone out of its way to foster. Keith …

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New Kindle Fire Devices Point Users To Trending Web Content

It looks like Amazon has gone with Microsoft’s Bing as its default search engine on the new Kindle Fire devices’ Silk browser, but the browser also has some other new things in store, compared to the previous version. The latest version of Silk has improved page load speeds, improved HTML5 support, and some UI changes. Here’s what it looks like: …

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#WildlifeWednesday As Celebrated By Google+

Tuesday was #StarWarsTuesday, and according to the current Google+ trends, today is #WildlifeWednesday. Luckily, Google+’s photographic nature caters wonderfully to such a trend. Here’s a sampling of some of the breathtaking wildlife photos that people are sharing on Google’s social network, and they’re pouring in very rapidly (especially for Google+). HostelBookers4 hours ago #wildlifewednesday  +Wildlife Wednesdays How cute is this little …

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#StarWarsTuesday As Celebrated On Google+

It’s #StarWarsTuesday, and the Google Plusiverse is showing its dedication to the beloved franchise, going so far as to make it one of the top trends. Clearly, there are a lot of fans on Google’s social network, though Google itself seems to prefer Star Trek. Peter Smalley1 hour ago #starwarstuesday   Buy a vowel, Luke. 10    0 Powered by …

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Jason Terry To Sign With The Boston Celtics, Twitter Doesn’t Miss Out

Jason Terry will no longer be a familiar face in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, well, except when the Boston Celtics come to town to play the Dallas Mavericks, Terry’s now-previous team. While the deal has not been finalized, the imminent signing is being reported in just about every legitimate sports outlet there is, including the sports section for Boston.com. Once …

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Celebrating the Fourth of July With Fireworks Colors, Twitter

The Fourth of July is upon us, something that would be hard to miss even if you didn’t have a calendar. Twitter is blowing up with trends dedicated to Independence Day, including one for the #4thofJuly hashtag and one for the “Happy 4th” topic. Not only that, but lots of sites have content dedicated to tomorrow’s significance, including everybody’s favorite …

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D’Angelo’s First Televised Performance In 12 Years Blows Up Around The Web

After taking the world by storm in the mid-to-late 90s/early 2000s, the artist known as D’Angelo essentially disappeared from sight, choosing a reclusive lifestyle that featured brushes with addiction and a brush with the law. At the 2012 BET Music Awards show, D’Angelo made his first televised performance in over a decade, and the reaction was as swift as it …

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Hot AF Twitter Trend Sums Up The Mood Of The Country

It’s hot outside. Really, really hot. As with most trends, the modern news cycle is all over it as the nation desperately looks for ways to get out of the stifling heat. Hell, even local area weather reports are having fun with the ridiculous heat. Just ask Neatorama: You might think the folks at CBS 6 Virginia are exaggerating, but …

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