Facebook Now Lets Celebrities (Not You) Livestream

Facebook has officially entered the livestreaming game. Kind of. If you’re a celebrity, you can now livestream to your fans. If you’re reading this, you’re probably a regular person without millions of Facebook followers. That’s ok, you’re still a special…

Hayden Panettiere’s Giant Rock Distracts Kelly Ripa

Hayden Panettiere was a guest on “Live!” this morning, and her enormous engagement ring grabbed most of the attention during her segment. The 24-year old actress had a bit of fun with “Live!” co-host Michael Strahan by coming out to…

XBOX Live Gold Members Get New Premium Services

XBox Live Gold members will now have the ability to watch more on demand programming with the addition of three new services: xfinity TV, HBO go, and MLB.TV. Xfinity is an on-demand television service from Comcast, that brings your favorite…

Follow or “Like” March Madness Live

Tired of flipping back and forth between channels during the early rounds of the tournament, trying to catch your favorite game? Tired of not getting to see the full game, because CBS isn’t covering it? Tired off missing out on…

Call of Duty Female Gamer Records Her Experiences With Sexism

Everyone knows that when conversing with people online, the veil of anonymity can make people say all sorts of things they wouldn’t utter in real life. Blogs, news sites, and other online mediums have been dealing with this problem for…

Governor Chris Christie Will Answer Questions Via Live Facebook Discussion

On Monday, November 14 New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, will be at Facebook’s headquarters taking place in a live discussion with Sheryl Sandberg. Like other live discussions that have taken place on Facebook, users will be able to submit questions…

Watch: Facebook News Event (Location Feature Announcement?) Live

Facebook will be hosting a live news event this evening at 8pm Eastern (5pm Pacific). While the company has yet to confirm the news, it is widely expected that Facebook will announce its location features.

Facebook has provided us with the embed code for the live video of the event for you viewing pleasure:

Watch: Facebook F8 Keynote Live

Facebook doesn’t only want attendees of its F8 conference to see the keynote from CEO/Founder Mark Zuckerberg and Bret Taylor, Director of Product. They want anyone who wants to see it to be able to. That’s why the’ve provided a widget we can embed, so we’ve done just that.

Come here at 1pm eastern/10am Pacific to watch what Facebook has to say. A representative for the company says Facebook will explore a variety of topics including new tools and techniques, business growth strategies and open technologies.