Have you paid for tickets to listen to Michael Buble croon? Too bad, because the singer is apparently performing for free in NYC subways now.
The 37-year-old Grammy award-winning singer teamed up with a cappella group Naturally 7 to peform the Jackson 5 hit, “Who’s Lovin You” much to the surprise of the subway riders. The song is also set to be featured on Bublé’s upcoming album, “To Be Loved,” which will be released early-May 2013. Take a look below:
Before the attacks at Boston, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was just your average college kid on campus. And now some folks are worried that his surprising popularity online might transofrm him into a cult figure.
A 17-year-old Canadian teenager reportedly hung herself in her family's bathroom last week after photos of her gang rape were distributed online by classmates.
Rehtaeh Parsons was raped when she was fifteen, allegedly by four classmates at a friend's house. After the incident, her classmates passed the photos among each other online. Rehtaeh was forced to change schools due to constant harassment. It is believed that the perpetrators are still walking free.
This is why country-rap crossovers are never a good idea. American country crooner Brad Paisley has released a new song with a guest verse by LL Cool J titled "Accidental Racist."
The controversial song is basically about being a white dude from West Virginia who is confused on why he can't wear the symbol of the oppressive slave economy that his home state's founders helped destroy. And the lyrics are just as shocking:
Memes just got a lot more twisted. While the image macro meme Confession Bear is mostly used to bare one's soul concerning trivial matters, one Redditor has gained headlines after using the "advice animal" to confess a murder.
You know who can't wear Google Glass? People who already have prescription glasses! We've only seen Google glass in it's lensless frame, but now, Google has finally announced that it will be coming for the rest of us that wear glasses.
Google Now may be coming to iOS. It won't be as complete as the Android version, but if this leaked promo ad is to be believed, then the app will be able to show you all the personalized information you didn't know you needed on your iPhone.
This beast pictured below might not have been caught in the sea, but it is nonetheless still terrifying.
According to reports, the creator was pulled from the Raritan River in New Jersey river two years ago by a Doug Cutler who snagged it with a bow and arrow. It was only recently that a friend posted the above photo to Reddit, and it's been viewed over a million times since.
Now that North Korea has mobile operator
Koryolink running in their country, it gives the rest of world a glimpse on what life there is like. And what better way to capture it all than through Instagram?
Nir Goldshlager discovered a major privacy flaw in Facebook's OAuth - where system developers use to access information everytime you hit the "allow" button. Nir gained access to virtually anyone's entire Facebook account. He explained: