Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
Vine, Facebook and Twitter. The list of apps to share your photos and videos goes on and on. Its image communication and it appears to be leaving face-to-face and voice communication in the dust.
The officer responsible for escorting Miami Heat star LeBron James to the Jay Z/Justin Timberlake concert at Sun Life Stadium on August 16 will receive discipline in the form of “informal counseling”, the department announced Thursday.
The Miami-Dade Police Department admitted Monday that it was their officers who escorted Miami Heat star LeBron James the wrong way down a Miami Gardens street to Sun Life Stadium so he could get to the Jay-Z/Justin Timberlake concert in time.
Fast on the courts, and swift on the streets, in an eight-second video Lebron told the world, well his millions of social media followers, how he beat South Florida traffic on his way to Sun Life for the much talked-about Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert Friday night.
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade and his young sons are sending a powerful message as the cover models on this month’s edition of Ebony Magazine.
These days it seems like everybody is using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share their most intimate thoughts online.
As the six women on the jury continue deliberating to decide the fate of George Zimmerman, the man charged with the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, people have taken to social media by way of a “blackout” movement to express their opinions.
It’s a tradition, a must have, a necessity for many Cuban coffee lovers.
Postings on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are playing a role in the trial of George Zimmerman who is charged in last year’s shooting death of 17-year old Trayvon Martin.