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$338M Powerball Winner Faces Unpaid Child Support Charges

by Anna Johnsonon March 29, 2013
Pedro Quezada, the New Jersey’s Powerball lottery winner of $338 million, celebrated his win last week, during a press conference, but things are not so great anymore. According to NYDailyNews, the former “bodega owner” is wanted for unpaid child support and he is unable to claim the amount of money until he pays $29,000, the […]
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Gangnam Style ‘Too Legit To Quit’: Psy and MC Hammer Duet (WATCH)

by Anna Johnsonon November 20, 2012
Both performers, Psy and MC Hammer collaborated on a mashup of “Gangnam Style” and “2 Legit 2 Quit.” The younger viewers might’ve been a little lost when Psy stopped and went Hammer-time on the American Music Awards stage on Sunday night, as the “Too Legit” single came out just over 20 years ago. But, by […]

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Use Twitter As An Emergency Tool: Even Without Internet Access

by Eric Brownon October 30, 2012
Twitter became more than just a social network, it is an indispensable hub of information and updates about Hurricane Sandy and its devastating effects to the East Coast of the U.S. Because in many cases emergency management authorities cannot send emergency alerts through the regular outlets that need electricity, they are increasingly using social media to let everybody know about […]

Facebook and CNN Cover The 2012 Presidential Election As A Team

by Gizmoration August 28, 2012
Social media and broadcast media team up for the 2012 Presidential Election coverage. Facebook has partnered with CNN to create a digital, interactive tool where the political interest can be feed with the buzz surrounding the candidates in the 2012 presidential election. The tool, which can be found at CNN.com/FBInsights, displays a layout of maps, […]


New App To Detect Lies From Politics

by Gizmoration August 23, 2012
This new mobile application called “Super PAC App” is designed to detect the donors and how accurate an ad’s information is. All you have to do is to hold up your iPhone, record a speech or a commercial related to politics and the app will do its job. It uses data from groups like FactCheck.org […]