Calvin Harris Makes Triumphant, Shirtless Return to Social Media – Billboard

Billboard Calvin Harris Makes Triumphant, Shirtless Return to Social MediaBillboardAfter a car accident that left him briefly hospitalized and unable to perform at a string of Las Vegas gigs this past weekend, Calvin Harris has returned to social media to let fans know he's okay courtesy of a shirtless pic. Calvin Harris Briefly …and more » ...

Universal Music buys digital marketing agency Fame House – L.A. Biz

L.A. Biz Universal Music buys digital marketing agency Fame HouseL.A. BizUniversal Music said it has acquired Fame House, a digital marketing agency whose clients include artists, brands and festivals such as Eminem, Pearl Jam Mitchell & Ness and Electric Zoo. UMG, which bought Fame House from SFX Entertainment, didn't …and more » ——————————— Read more at http://j.mp/25zuVre

Brains Scans reveal ‘liking’ social media post activates same circuits as eating chocolate – Daily Mail

Daily Mail Brains Scans reveal 'liking' social media post activates same circuits as eating chocolateDaily MailSocial media isn't just changing the way teenagers interact, it's also affecting their brains. A new study found that certain areas are activated when they see large numbers of 'likes' on their own photos and their peers. The researchers found ...

ISIS fighters peddling Yazidi sex slaves on social media – Fox News

Fox News ISIS fighters peddling Yazidi sex slaves on social mediaFox NewsISIS fighters and depraved sympathizers have turned social media platforms into a digital auction block, where sex slaves are offered for sale to an audience of wisecracking creeps, according to an international institute that monitors the global …and more » ———————————— Read More at http://j.mp/1ZbzgcK

China’s President Xi vows to increase government support for technology firms – Times of India

Times of India China's President Xi vows to increase government support for technology firmsTimes of IndiaBEIJING: China's President Xi Jinping has vowed to increase government support for technology companies, state media reported, in an attempt to raise the country's competitiveness that could also further fuel concerns over protectionism. Beijing has …President Xi says China faces ...

Thailand’s way to the future, through technology – Bangkok Post

Bangkok Post Thailand's way to the future, through technologyBangkok PostMicrosoft CEO Satya Nadella used to come to Bangkok from India in the 1960s and 1970s for holidays with his parents. Last week, Nadella, now 49 and running one of the world's most powerful IT companies, returned to Thailand to speak at the event …and more » ———————————— ...