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The Biebs's 'Baby' Dominates YouTube With 500 Million Views

Oh, Justin Bieber. How did the Internet even cope before you were around? His music video for 'Baby' just surpassed 500 million views, making it the most viewed video in YouTube history. But with 1.1 million "dislikes," the video also, and ever so slightly, edges out Rebecca Black's 'Friday' for the distinction of most hated. Basically, Bieber's stuff is the most watched, most disliked, and...

Bieber the Face (and Hairdo) of MTV and Facebook's Anti-Cyber-Bullying Campaign

MTV, Facebook and Justin "The Beebs" Bieber have launched Draw Your Line, a campaign to track and discourage acts of cyberbullying. While we hate cyberbullying as much as the next blog, we have to question the inclusion of Justin Bieber, as it reminds us of those old anti-drug specials featuring the Ninja Turtles. Young dope fiends didn't care about masked reptiles back then, and we'd wager...

Bieber Fans Make Esperanza Spalding's Wikipedia 'Pay' for Grammy Upset

A hormonally charged group of Justin Bieber acolytes stormed the Internet last night, high on puberty and out for blood. The victim? Grammy upset Esperanza Spalding, who surprised exactly everyone when she won the award for Best New Artist last night, "stealing" the win from the Canadian heartthrob. The Beliebers set upon Spalding's Wikipedia page, adding racist remarks and insults. We'd like to...

Twitter Looks Back at 2010, Bieber Barely Makes Top 10

Twitter hopped on the annual year-in-review-list bandwagon today with its roundup of top trends in 2010, appropriately dubbed #Hindsight2010. In a huge upset, the seemingly inescapable Justin Bieber came in at number 8. Despite death trends, loads of spam and a hacking controversy, While The Biebs was beat out by everything from the World Cup's vuvuzelas to Google's Android, he still dominates...

Justin Bieber Isn't Hitting Girls -- It's Just Another Facebook Scam

OMG, guys! Justin Bieber punched a girl! No, he didn't. But -- from distracting beach babes to 'Dislike' buttons -- every Facebook scam targets our deepest desires, and this latest one is no different. Whether you're a tween 'Tiger Beat' fan or a gentleman who takes his teen pop with a side of schadenfreude, you would probably not be able to resist a link that promises to show you Bieber...

Lady Gaga Reaches 1 Billion YouTube Views, But Bieber Lurks

Share Lady Gaga is popular. She officially laid claim to the Twitter throne, she smashed Obama for Facebook fans, and now she's conquered YouTube (again). In a tweet posted yesterday morning, Gaga proudly announced that her collection of YouTube videos had crossed the one billion view threshold, making her the first artist to hit decuple digits on the video sharing site. "We reached 1 Billion...

A Man Named Justin Bieber Gets Kicked Off Facebook for His Name

Justin Bieber has a hard life. He receives tons of fan letters every day, his phone rings at all hours of the night -- and he's not even a celebrity. Unlike the teen heartthrob of the same name, this Justin Bieber, from Jacksonville, Florida is an adult, married man who enjoys playing pinball, and, by all indications, has absolutely no intention of pursuing a career in the bubblegum pop...

Justin Bieber and LeBron James Debut Newest 'Beats by Dr. Dre' Headphones

For the most recent additions to his expansive series of 'Beats' headphones, Dr. Dre, in his infinite corporate wisdom, decided to line up celebrity endorsements from the world's most popular CSI extra and Ohio's most loathed professional athlete. As Engadget reports, the hip-hop mogul recently unveiled five new 'Beats by Dr. Dre' products, including a $400 iPod dock, a pair of lightweight...

NES Coffee Table Silences Mid-Century Crowd, Bieber's Twitter Servers

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Flickr user mattcyborgelt's retro NES coffee table is fully functional, and comes equipped with power plugs for charging other gadgets. In case you weren't drooling...

North Korea Reportedly Joins Facebook, webOS Tablet Coming in 2011

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... North Korea, which seems to have finally bought into that whole World Wide Web fad, apparently just created a Facebook page to go along with its new YouTube and Twitter accounts. [From: Yahoo! News] HP exec Todd Bradley reportedly confirmed the expected arrival date of the company's webOS tablet, when he announced during a...

Justin Bieber Sics Twitter Fans on Enemy by Posting His Number

Okay, so he's not exactly a violent mob boss, but the world has now learned a valuable lesson: don't cross Justin Bieber. While it's not quite breaking someone's legs, the floppy-haired, Segway-riding teen heartthrob decided to make one boy's life a living hell when he tweeted the kid's phone number to roughly 4.5 million followers. Allegedly, Kevin Kristopik hacked the account of one of...

Awesome Cool-Guy Justin Bieber Rides a Segway, Flees Horde of Teenage Girls

Tween heartthrob Justin Bieber has learned to be spry! In case you haven't already brightened your days with videos of the boy (and his haircut) walking face-first into more than one glass door, it seemed for a while that the Biebs was unable to master the simple act of perambulation. So, naturally, he turned to the coolest and most enviable set of mechanical legs this side of Gob Bluth: the...

4Chan's Justin Bieber Crusade Fails to Send Teen Idol to North Korea

The Internet delinquents at 4Chan never rest. Just a couple of days after the troublemakers used a flaw in the YouTube commenting system to launch a decidedly juvenile Web-offensive against Justin Bieber, the message board's campaign to send the tween star to North Korea has come to an (un)successful end. A poll at Faxo was asking fans to vote on where Bieber should stop on the next leg of his...

YouTube Hole Exploited by 4Chan, Bieber Bears the Brunt

This weekend, the mischievous hackers that hang out on the boards at 4Chan uncovered and had a field day with a vulnerability in the comments system on YouTube. The exploit allowed the troublemakers to hijack a page by simply leaving a comment with specific HTML tags. The attack could come in the form of a banner laid over a video, a pop-up alert message or even redirect you to a different site....

HTC Evo Gets Reviewed, Tweens Rally on Twitter for Bieber

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... HTC's Evo 4G won't officially hit the market until June 4th, but Engadget got an early chance to review Sprint's new superphone. The comprehensive rundown includes information on everything from the packaging to the individual specs, and the fortunate (and almost overwhelmingly glowing) reviewers found its aesthetics...