Looking for a job? Or trying to build your professional network? Well you better be on LinkedIn. The popular social network has now launched its iPad app, check it out after the jump.
Rihanna has released a lot of behind the scenes footage on for her latest video “Where Have You Been.” The full length video will be released on Monday May 9. For now, check out the third part of Rih’s BTS footage below.
With the Nets having a dismal season, suffering countless injuries and losing out on acquiring Dwight Howard, it seemed like Deron Williams bags were pretty much packed. Â Now it seems he may have a change of heart. Â Read more after the jump.
In the high-stakes world of performance cars, horsepower is king. It’s the first stat bragged about by owners trying to explain why their Camaro, Challenger or Mustang is better than their foes’, and it’s the headline figure promoted by the automakers themselves year after year.
Norega released visuals for his track, “Google That,” featuring Styles P and Raekwon. “Google That” is off Nore’s latest mixtape, Crack on Steroids. Check out the video below.
Check out these random sexy hotties and their sexy mirror flicks. Click below to see the pics.
There’s a big problem when your lunch paralyzes you! Â Fast food giantÂ Kentucky Fried ChickenÂ has been ordered to pay $8.3 million to an Australian girl who suffered severeÂ brain damageÂ and was paralysed after eating a Twister wrap. Â Hit the jump for the full story!
Times has changed, I use to just get beatings. Well now Facebook is a form of punishment for kids. Hit the jump to see how one mother disciplined her kid with Facebook.
Last night a certain mega-producer tweeted both a pic of a certain female rapper being back in the studio but also a video giving a glimpse at her new music. I’m excited that she’s back in the booth especially with this producer, I can’t wait to hear the final product! Find out who it is below.
New government laws could go into effect that would prevent children from having to do chores on farms. The children in rural families are often needed to keep farms running and it requires them to put in a lot of manual labor. Because it’s technically not a paying job in most cases, there have been no government mandates stating how much labor a child can put in per day. Read more about the proposed regulations below.