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Amber Rose: Damn Near Naked On Instagram

Wiz Khalifa’s former flame, Amber Rose fired up the internet after posting a series of photos on Instagram flaunting her bodacious curves in a revealing string bikini number. The 31-year-old model’s sizzling swimwear barely covered her body, causing her fans and followers in a frenzy. While spending the weekend in Miami, the aspiring fashion designer spent time looking over the …

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Twitter’s Flock Developer Series & Hatch Contest: What You Need To Know

Twitter is wooing developers more than ever in 2015. It’s hard to believe, but the company only recently held its first-ever developer conference, Flight. The October event saw the unveiling of Twitter’s Fabric developer kits and Digits sign-in. There are three modular kits that address stability, distribution, revenue, and identity. Fabric combines services from Twitter itself, as well as its …

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Look At How The Nature Of Twitter Brand Mentions Is Changing

Consumers are increasingly engaging with brands from their mobile devices as opposed to their desktop computers. Specifically, they’re increasingly doing so with the Twitter iOS and Android apps. While the web browser continues beat Android in this area, Android is rapidly growing while the browser is on the decline. Socialbakers released some new data on this subject. Take a look …

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Giuliana Rancic’s “Unhealthily Skinny” Body Draws Attention At The Golden Globes

Giuliana Rancic appeared with Ryan Seacrest on the Golden Globe awards for the E! Network’s red carpet coverage, but the host made the news herself after her skinny figure caught the attention of people watching the coverage. The host drew criticism with some people calling her “unhealthily skinny”, but for the most part, people are just worried about her. Commentators …

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Chrissy Teigen’s Unflattering “Cry Face” Sets Off Twitter Meme

When John Legend won the Golden Globe award for Best Original Song, the camera panned to his wife, supermodel Chrissy Teigen. The Sports Illustrated model was definitely emotional, but the camera didn’t catch her at her best. Instead, she was caught doing an unflattering “cry face” that immediately became a meme and took the internet by storm. However, the flawless …

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Twitter Video Is Almost Here: Report

Last November, Twitter said that a native video feature – one that allowed users to record and edit their own videos for in-line appearance in tweets – was on the way. The timing was said to be early 2015. Apparently, it’s almost here. According to a report from Re/code, who quote the ubiquitous ‘sources familiar with the matter’, Twitter is …

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Twitter Looks At Top New Year’s Resolutions

We’ve already seen Twitter’s dive into the most discussed topics of the year, as well as a third-party look at the most discussed news items on Twitter. Now Twitter is looking ahead to the new year. “Throughout 2014, we saw Twitter used to celebrate World Cup victories, inspire political activism, and explore the universe,” says Twitter data marketing manager Elaine …

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Infographic Looks At Most Tweeted About News Of 2014

Twitter is often the first place we turn when we want to know what people are saying about current events. While it doesn’t have the user base that Facebook does, it does have a wealth of real time information from around the world/country about every major news event. This has been, for the past several years, the best place to …

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Twitter Runs Promoted Accounts In ‘Following’ List

Twitter is promoting accounts in people’s “following” lists, regardless of whether or not the person actually follows that account. This is starting to draw some attention and criticism, as some find it to be misleading. MasterCard appears to be the account everybody (including myself) is seeing. As Marketing Land points out, MasterCard is even listed in Visa’s “Following” section. It …

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BBC Reporter Gets High From Second Hand Smoke

“Burning behind me is eight and half tons of heroin, opium, hashish and other narcotics… huehuehehe” elegantly guffawed BBC Reporter Quentin Sommerville. Like a dumpy Disney character, the journalist then told the cameraman in a slur to record another take, saying: “Come on… hehehe, let’s go.” It only got worse. The BBC’s Middle East correspondent then tried another take, only …

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Twitter Gives Analytics Access To iPhone Users

Twitter opened up its analytics offering to all users back in the summer, giving people a better look at the engagement surrounding any given tweet. This was only for the desktop, however. Now, some are starting to be able to access the feature on their phones. Specifically, some iPhone users now have it. Twitter quietly made this official in a …

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Sony Goes After Twitter For User Tweets About Hacked Emails

Sony appears to be trying to sue just about anybody it can, who as anything to do with sharing materials from its now famously hacked emails. This includes news organizations, Twitter users, and now Twitter. Vice’s Motherboard reports that it has obtained an email sent from Sony to Twitter, which Twitter confirmed as authentic. The publication reports: The letter—sent from …

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