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Lady Gaga to Answer 'WHY RU SO WIERD' And Other Fan Questions for Google

Want to know Lady Gaga's favorite color, or if she likes a boy? Get ready to grill, because the Lady's taking fangirl and fanboy-submitted questions for Google. Squee! Submit a video or text question on Gaga's YouTube page, or tweet it with the hashtag #GoogleGoesGaga, until midnight on March 18th. She'll then respond to a selection of them in a YouTube video, probably while wearing a...

PlentyOfFish.com Pays Britney, Gaga For Plenty of Play

PlentyOfFish.com is the new dating site du jour, or so it is for Britney Spears, who used the site to browse for dates in her most recent video. Along with the site's random (and not very attractive) appearance in Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' video, the site arrived again in Britney's 'Hold It Against Me' premiere last night. (The song, we believe, is based on a pick-up line often flung by sexually...

The Best Designs of CES 2011

It's a strange paradox: at the world's largest consumer electronics show -- the circus extravaganza in which the work of thousands of industrial designers is laid bare before the masses -- most of the stuff we find is total crap. Students and experimental designers don't often find their way to CES, probably due to a lack of startup capital or a conceptual design that's unfeasible on a large...

Lady Gaga Unveils Polaroid's Grey Label Line, Including Video-Camera Glasses

Lady Gaga returned to CES this year, reprising her role as top-billed celebrity eye candy and creative director for Polaroid. We waited, and waited -- just as we did last year -- to get a glimpse of the petite diva among a throng of sweaty journos, industry affiliates and even a greasy fan or two. Gaga finally appeared, after Polaroid Chairman Bobby Sager was literally booed off the stage by the...

A Couple Things We've Noticed About Girl Talk's Newest, 'All Day'

Today, a small Internet extravaganza occurred with the release of 'All Day,' the third album from Girl Talk, a.k.a Greg Gillis. If you've been living under an Internet rock, Gillis is famous for mashing-up songs, pairing classic rock jams with new hip-hop acappellas, or reminding pop music junkies of forgotten hits. Adrenaline-fueled and famous for raucous live shows, Girl Talk doesn't skimp on...

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...

Lady Java Sings of Pop Program Language, The State of 'Net Dating According to Science

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. The marketers behind JavaZone 2010 (also known for this trailer), the Scandinavian expo for software developers, just released some kind of parody video that mashes up...

Lady Gaga Takes the Twitter Crown, 'Dethrones' Britney

There is a theory (which this writer just made up) that a true diva is marked by her overwhelming acceptance by the gay community. Barbra, Cher, Patti and even Xtina have a secure hold on the popular mentality, thanks to fervent fans and drag queen imitators, while pop-tarts like Jessica, Ke$ha and Amy simply don't have the legions to keep their jams playing in the clubs. (The jury is still out...

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...

The Lady Gaga/Wikileaks Link: How Bradley Manning Easily Stole Classified Files

If you've been following the Wikileaks controversy over the last month or two, you're already familiar with 22-year-old Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, the man accused of stealing more than 260,000 classified files, including the infamous video of American soldiers shooting Iraqi civilians from an Apache helicopter. Manning's been under intense scrutiny, obviously, by both the government and the media,...

Lady Gaga Trounces Obama With 10 Million Facebook Fans

Can Lady Gaga be stopped? Self-marketing genius, living performance piece, fortuitous flavor of the month or some combination of the three, the Lady's rise to fame seems uninhibited by even bad press and a mediocre music video. You could argue that the world has reached its Lady Gaga tipping point, but the numbers would refute you. As we reported back in April, Gaga made YouTube history by...

Gaga Sets Video View Milestone, Go Daddy Joins Google's China Fight

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... The Lady Gaga spectacle has evolved into a full-fledged phenomenon, as the eccentric and eclectic performer has accomplished an amazing Web milestone. According to tracking service Visible Measures, the Lady has astoundingly drawn more than 1 billion total views just for three videos, making her the "most watched franchise in...

Gaga Loves Synergy, News Station for Sale on eBay

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. Lady Gaga's hotly anticipated 'Telephone' video with Beyoncé has, in the words of Jason Kottke, "more brands in it than Logorama." The Lady's last video was...

Verizon's Gender-Based Ads Fall Flat, Viewers Go 'Gaga' For Vevo

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... AdMob recently surveyed almost 1,000 smartphone owners in order to glean information pertaining to age, gender and brand choice. Despite Verizon's attempts to blatantly, and offensively, pander to women, the study's data indicates that men still make up the majority of webOS owners. Apple's gadgets successfully crossed the gender...

Look Like the Lady With DIY Digital Gaga Glasses

Okay, we've tried to deny it in the past, but we'll sing it from the rooftops today: we are obsessed with Lady Gaga. And, clearly, we're not the only ones. Her art-meets-tech-meets-pop-meets-fashion aesthetic is so intriguing that one fan even put together a tutorial for making DIY digital specs like the ones worn by the Lady on a recent tour. Check out a video of the glasses after the break. ...