UberMedia, the largest independent provider of applications for reading and posting to Twitter and other social media platforms, continues its close partnership with music icon and entrepreneur 50 Cent with the release of Uber50 for Android, the latest theme for the popular UberSocial mobile Twitter application. To celebrate his launch on the Android platform, 50 Cent has produced a sneak peek video for his website, ThisIs50.com, featuring Hot Rod’s newest song “Hot Girl.”
“Where were you on 9/11?” It’s the fundamental question posed in this beautiful application of Google Maps’ API used by the New YorkÂ Times.Ostensibly, it’s a map of the world where users can drop a pin to indicate where they were when they heard about the attacks. Color-coded signifiers dotting the map are used to add weight and reflect what users were feeling: red for angry, orange for fearful, grey for unmoved, green for secure and blue for hopeful.
The men of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’, Kris Humphries and Scott Disick were out on the town for Fashion Week. Â The two hit up the Jill Stuart Fashion Show. Â Hit the jump to see the pic.
Rihanna stepped out in New York City today wearing an interesting ensemble of leather track pants, aÂ simple black sweater, black and white checked heels and a gold necklace. Despite the odd combo, I kind of dig it! Hit the jump to check it out…
Last night James Harden attended the ASU vs. Missouri college football game. Â He took some well interesting pictures including showing off his QB skills, check them out after the jump.
Ontlametse Phalatse, a South African who is the first black child to be diagnosed with the rare aging disease progeria, calls herself “the first lady” and fantasizes about a future that may never come.