All your favorite major label musicians—Taylor, Gaga, Katy, Jennifer Hudson, Yoko Ono, Amy Grant and Kacey Musgraves, among many more—have joined the music industry’s titans in asking for reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
Here's Lady Gaga floating over a stage in a ridiculously cool and absurd flying dress made with fiberglass and six propellers. It's a world's first—just like her steak dress. She calls it Volantis.
Not to enrage the Bieber Nation or Beliebers or whatever Bieberian name tweens and post-tweens call themselves now, but it looks like a lot of the people who follow him on Twitter are fake. In fact, he has the highest number of fakeout Twitter followers out of the top 10 Twitter accounts. 16.7 million accounts are…
Lady Gaga's latest costume is a very cool wig made out of real human hair and "the finest fiber optics in existence." She and her wig maker drew their inspiration for these glowing blonde locks from the idea of a "Disney Princess going to a rave." Of course.
Mother Monster Lady Gaga launched the beta version of her own social network, Littlemonsters.com, back in May. Now, the free-to-join social networking site is open to the public, allowing fans of the performer to connect and communicate in discussion forums, share news items, and post Gaga-related items in a…
The poker-faced popstar Lady Gaga had her Twitter and Facebook accounts hacked yesterday — and then malicious links were sent to all her friends and followers. Serves them right for liking her music.
YouTube is big fat no fun having missy when it comes to copyright rules. They're so afraid of pissing somebody off (and getting a lawsuit) that they'll even pull official videos now. Like today, when a prankster submitted a copyright claim against Justin Bieber's Vevo and YouTube took down his page.
I'm so depressed. I google one of the most important technologies ever invented, and I get a video of 25-year-old wearing sunglasses made out of cigarettes. Two versions of it before Alexander Graham Bell is even mentioned.
The Cooper Union is a private college in Manhattan that offers an internship for students interested in science. This summer the teens studied neuroscience by experimenting with Central American cockroaches. Sounds like fun.
Since I was a young man, I've looked up to Weird Al Yankovic as a paragon of punny goofs. But today, with the release of his Lady Gaga parody video, I'm forced to see him in a different light. One with a lot of skin. [Splitsider]
Does the world really need another URL shortener? One backed by Lady Gaga, 50 Cent and Pepsi, at that? One that's run by a CEO described almost entirely by the fact that he lives on New York's hipster-laden LES (Lower-East Side)?
Club-goers and porn-pushers are still awaiting the glasses Lady Gaga modelled at CES (and supposedly designed), but one product from her Grey Label collaboration with Polaroid is available for pre-ordering, for $170/£120.
When Amazon started selling Lady Gaga's album for $0.99 the other day, there was no doubt it would stand to lose millions. The total today, we now know, is about $3.2 million. This was still a good move for Amazon.
When Amazon tried to give the world Lady Gaga's Little Monsters album for just a buck, what did it get in return? A giant customer service headache. But today, like Rocky Balboa before them, they're climbing back into the ring.
At an hour in length, this Lady Gaga sit-down with Google is hardly worktime viewing. But bookmark it for later, and you can see Google's Marissa Mayer chatting to her about her rise in fame—and how Google's helped.
Turns out Lady Gaga has some modicum of taste, as she's suing the London icecream parlor for using her name and likeness when selling their "Baby Gaga" breast milk icecream. Talk about kicking a man when he's done—they've only just withdrawn the dessert after health and safety concerns. [Evening Standard]