If you want to know what the end times will look like this video will give you a pretty good indication. Just replace the fact that they’re fighting over phones with them scrapping for the last food on Earth. In the video, the Walmart shoppers act like animals pushing and shoving their way to the box holding phones.
Go home and spend time with your family people — it’s the time of year when you’re supposed to be thankful for what you have! A low priced phone isn’t worth a broken rib.
On Reddit the video below was trending with the caption: “What Black Friday looks like to an Australian.” Have you had any horrible Black Friday experiences this year?
Watch it here
During a LIVE interview on andPOP.com Nick Carter gave out a number took phone calls from his fans. These were real phone calls from real fans who we gave exclusive access to one of the biggest recording artists of our generation. If YOU want to call Nick, make sure to follow @andPOP so we can tell you the next time he’s coming
As we reported last week, Mila Kunis’ phone was hacked and provocative pictures of Justin Timberlake were found on the phone. There was also claims of sexual texts between Kunis and Timberlake, but the stars are denying that’s true.
“At no time did Mr. Timberlake and Ms. Kunis exchange inappropriate texts or emails. … The insistence that there is any inappropriate correspondence between the two parties is entirely false, ” a lengthy statement to People reads.
The co-stars go on to add, “We would like to confirm that the photo addressed in the media of Ms. Kunis was in fact not from any phone but from an inactive email account that has not existed in three years. In regards to the other photos in question, they were never exchanged between the two parties.”
The statement ends on a funny note saying, ”In closing, Mr. Timberlake would like us to make it clear that while he might write songs about putting things in boxes, he never has and definitely doesn’t make a habit of taking any photos of them and sending them,” referring to Timberlake‘s hit “Saturday Night Live” sketch “D— in a Box.” Ms. Kunis would like us to add that while she is a fan of the song, she does not have nor has ever had photos of any male parts in her possession.”
At least they have a sense of humour about the whole thing.
Sienna Miller has reached an out-of-court settlement with the newspaper ‘News of the World,’ reports E Online.
The settlement will see that the tabloid pay her a whopping $162,000 in damages after it accepted all liability for hacking into the actress’ phone for scoops on her private life. Talk about ruthless journalism.
The tabloid will also provide Miller with a full accounting of the wiretapping that took place between 2004 and 2005. That was when several of of the newspaper’s reporters, three of whom have since been jailed, gained illegal access to the actress’s private voicemails in an effort to dig up dirt on her relationship with then-beau Jude Law.
“We are pleased that we have managed to bring this case to a satisfactory conclusion,” read a statement from the newspaper. “Several weeks ago we admitted liability in certain cases and offered a genuine and unreserved apology. We hope to resolve other cases swiftly.”
Lawyers for the paper then went on to clarify the nature of the material that it’s agreed to disclose to Miller’s camp.
“For the record, reports that have been ordered to disclose 8,000 emails to Ms. Miller are inaccurate,” continued the statement. “The error stems from a reference in court to the fact that a total of 8,000 e-mails were being searched to ascertain whether any Sienna Miller-related material was amongst them.”
Miller’s attorney, Hugh Tomlinson, was quoted telling the court yesterday his client didn’t care about the money (she initially demanded $650,000 in compensation) as much as knowing “the extent of wrongdoing.”
“In those circumstances, her primary concern is not how much money is awarded by way of compensation but to know exactly what the extent was of the hacking which took place,” he said.
Good for her, that’s just a whole other level of privacy-disruption. I’m all for digging for dirt and exposing celebrities, but never would I tap a phone or hide in the bushes to do it. I’ll get my information from someone else.
Anybody who is a “Seinfeld” fan remembers and loves Uncle Leo. Who can forget his trademark line “Hellooooooo.” TMZ reports that someone posing as Kim Kardashian posted the actor’s real phone number on Facebook, and he is getting constant phone calls asking “Are you Uncle Leo?”
The amount of calls has gotten so bad that Len Lesser (Uncle Leo’s real name) had to call the Burbank police. Evidently when police arrived at his home, they witnessed one of the calls and when the police asked the caller where they got this phone number, they replied “Kim Kardashian’s Facebook.”
Unfortunately there are over 100 accounts for Kim Kardashian. Police are continuing their investigation.
NetTalk.com today released an application that allows users to stream live video from the DUO and TK6000 products, to any other netTALK user for free.
All calling features are available with the video phone including: voicemail, 411, E911 and free calling to any number in the US and Canada.
“We listen to our customers. Their feedback is valuable to us and keeps us continually striving to meet, and hopefully surpass, their needs,” said Anastasios (Takis) Kyriakides, CEO of netTALK. “Our new application allows our users to have a peer-to-peer video call with any other netTALK customer for free, adding to netTALK’s impressive array of offerings and giving it a much more global appeal.”
Users can download the application for free at nettalk.com/downloads, which includes these additional features:
- Contact list that allows users to quickly call another video number or regular telephone number
- Complete call history log
- Video + record option that allows customers to record communication sessions.
- Auto answer
- Do not disturb
- Conferencing (3 way calling)
- Make free calls from PC-to- landline phone, landline phone-to-PC and PC-to-PC (for video calling)
Customers can also purchase the DUO, which connects directly to your router/modem for US$69.95 (includes one year of service – a US$29.95 value).