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4chan Looking to Take Down Rebecca Black With 'Operation Black Friday'

It looks like 4chan is cooking up a plot to take down Rebecca Black -- the 13-year-old from Orange County, whose 'Friday' video has given new meaning to the word "cringe." The infamous /b/ message board has been aflame with activity lately, with members of the 4chan underworld working to patch together an anti-Black campaign dubbed 'Operation Black Friday.' The community seems determined to...

The Flaming Lips Release New Song, Divided Into 12 YouTube Videos

It's been more than a decade since the Flaming Lips released 'Zaireeka' -- an album consisting of four CDs meant to be played simultaneously. Now, Wayne Coyne & Co. have applied essentially the same concept to YouTube. Yesterday, the band released "Two Blobs Fucking," a song that's divided into 12 separate YouTube clips meant to be played at the same time. Sounds like a pretty cumbersome...

MC Hammer to Release New Song on Flipboard, For Some Reason

Most people use the Flipboard iPad app to read and share things on Twitter or Facebook. Visionaries like MC Hammer? They use it to peddle new music. Today, at 3 p.m. PST, Hammer will announce his new single 'See Her Face' on Oprah. At the same time, the song will go live on Flipboard, where users will be able to stream it. A downloadable version will reportedly be available at a later date. ...

New 'Sesame Street' App Tune May Provoke Apple's Inner Grouch

Given Apple's staunch trademark policies and litigious history, there may be a new Muppet appearing on 'Sesame Street' soon. The show aired an original song recently, but the little ditty's catchy refrain could invite the arrival of a dreaded new puppet: Larry the Litigant. The cute, entertaining and incredibly inopportune 'There's an App for That' song alerts kids to the fact that,...

Forget 'Video Phone': Top Songs About Technology

Beyoncé and Lady Gaga, two of the most forward-thinking ladies in pop music today, decided to get together and record a jam (and video) about a favorite gadget of theirs. When "Video Phone" was set to debut, we were thrilled. All of the components were there: B, Gaga, dancing, and devices. The endeavor was sure to succeed. Like the rest of the world, when "Video Phone" appeared, we...