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Armando Tamayo

Digital Journalist based in Manila, Philippines. Joined on Sep 4, 2011
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'Steven Tyler Act' passed by Hawaii Senate for celebrity privacy

Hawaii Senator J. Kalani English recently sponsored the so-called "Steven Tyler Act" to help protect celebrity privacy by handing down civil violation on paparazzi's who will take unwanted photos and videos of celebrities in their private time.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Zooey Deschannel confirms 'She and Him's' third album 'Volume 3'

American musician and singer-songwriter Zooey Deschanel, half of the Indie-folk pop duo "She and Him", reveals the early 2013 release of their third-full length non-holiday album "Volume 3".
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Justin Bieber and One Direction tops Social 50 chart anew

Canadian pop favorite Justin Bieber and British/ Irish pop band One Direction continue their social chart domination as they top the Social 50 chart for the third week.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Customers asks why Subway's foot-long sandwich was only 11 inches

Matt Corby's Facebook post of a Subway foot-long sandwich with a tape measure that only measures 11 inches has sparked outrage from Subway customers online, particularly in the company's official Facebook page.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 4 comments

29th Sundance Film Festival abounds with risqué sexual themes

The 2013 Sundance Film Festival opens Thursday in Park City, Utah featuring promising and unusual movies from biopics and steamy movies. The premier lineup for the 29th edition of the festival will have eighteen films and it will run from Jan. 17 to 27.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 1 comment

Sandy Hook students release 'Over the Rainbow' for charity

Students from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut released a record of the Academy Award winning classic song (Somewhere) Over the Rainbow Tuesday on iTunes and Amazon for charity.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Katy Perry, One Direction wins in 2013 People's Choice Awards

American singer Katy Perry and British boy band One Direction came home with the biggest haul in the recently concluded 2013 People's Choice Awards held at Nokia Theater in Los Angeles Wednesday.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 1 comment

Korean singer Lee Seung Gi makes K-Pop chart history

South Korean singer and actor Lee Seung Gi makes K-Pop Hot 100 chart history when he became the first South Korean artist to reign six weeks at number one in Billboard's K-Pop Hot 100, the first since it was introduced in August 2011.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Britney Spears 2013 new album features Will.i.am and Hit-Boy

American pop singer and entertainer Britney Spears announced last week that she's working on new music and currently in talks with top music producers like Will.i.am and Hit-Boy on possible collaboration for her new album.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Twitter pushes for TV as social media hub

Popular online networking site Twitter has been in the forefront of Social TV in 2012, and it seems the micro blogging service is expected to make an even bigger push as it tries to reach out to television producers to further enhance social interaction.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Kate Upton's latest SI shoot is in Antarctica, with a giant Oreo

American Model Kate Upton's latest "secret" Sports Illustrated cover shoot isn't on a bright sunny beach or on a green grass backyard - but you can see the quintessential swimsuit model clad in white bikini 35 degrees below zero in Antarctica.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Musician Florence Welch stops gig to break up fight at Aberdeen

Singer and songwriter Florence Welch stopped her gig in Aberdeen, Scotland, after a scuffle happened in the audience in her concert at the Exhibition and Conference Center Sunday.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Hillary Clinton cancels trip to Morocco due to stomach virus

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cancelled her scheduled trip to Marrakesh in Morocco, where she was set to meet with Arab leaders Wednesday, because of a stomach virus, as announced by her spokesman Philippe Reines.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 2 comments

London's black cabs to offer free WiFi service in New Year

A new WiFi network will soon start in London when the New Year rolls as the city's famous "black cab" offers free WiFi service to its passengers.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Pacquiao round six knockout sparks new online meme 'Mannying'

Manny Pacquiao's round-six knockout in his fight against Juan Manuel Marquez Tuesday has sparked a new Internet craze that will most likely obliterate planking as a forgotten fad. Netizens call the new rage, "Pacquiaoing" or "Mannying".
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 1 comment

It's 'The Hobbit Week' for Stephen Colbert next week

American TV host comedian Stephen Colbert will devote a full week on everything about 'The Hobbit' on his late night program "The Colbert Report".
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Book on Star Wars ultimate action figures collection coming soon

American publisher Chronicle Book's new paperback featuring comprehensive collection of Star Wars action figures will be released on November 28.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky leaves Microsoft

Steven Sinofsky, chief developer of Windows 8 and Surface tablet, left Microsoft as announced by the company in a press release Monday.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 2 comments

'Breaking Dawn 2' Twilight Alert: Scammers dangles free contacts

Internet scammers always find a way to get personal information, most of the time riding the hottest ticket online. With the Twilight series coming into close with "Breaking Dawn part 2", crooks have found a new target for their phishing: Twilight fans.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo

Apple paid 2% tax on $37 billion profits using legal tax schemes

Apple paid just less than 2% of income tax from its foreign profits in the latest fiscal year, as shown in the tech company's US regulatory filing recently.
In the Media by Armando Tamayo - 4 comments
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