ICS Mobile will get celebrities and other famous folks to share their favorites on an app discovery platform.
The bad guys of the Internet target high-volume searches — like those for celebrity names. So if you want to avoid malware, avoid searching for these 10 celebs.
Celebrities have it so hard. Keeping up with fans’ comments, knowing just how many people like their posts — it’s all really a burden.
To verify accounts, Facebook said you’ll need to submit government-issued photo ID, which Facebook promises to delete immediately after verification.
Jessica Alba and Brian Lee talk about their ecommerce site The Honest Company and how it helps parents and their children.
For musicians, celebrities and other entities with a strong following on social networks, it’s difficult to determine the value of a million Facebook fans, or two million Twitter followers.
WhoSay, a platform that helps celebrities manage their web presence, has added venture capital firm Greylock Partners to its list of investors, the company announced Monday.
Google plans to increase the number of celebrity members on its new Google+ social network by developing a way to verify their identities, reports CNN.