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Xiwatarodiho on Thursday, June 02, 2011 2:07am
Big 'Breaking daybreak' news: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner will present the first look at footage from 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking daybreak - Part 1' during the 2011 MTV film Awards this Sunday.
MTV.com has submitted a snippet of the footage of filmdom's most anticipated marriage as Bella walks down the aisle towards her vampire groom. We see Edward (in white tie and tux with tails) but only the back of Bella's diamond-clipped hair. A sketch of her bridal gown was formerly released but we know you can not wait to see the real thing, and of course, that first kiss as vamp and wife.
See the sneak zenith after the jump.
Xuqoxa Vesegovicezud on Thursday, June 02, 2011 1:54am
final year, Paris Hilton was sentenced to 200 hours of community service as part of a drug possession case. Some of that community service's featured on Hilton's new reality show, 'The World According to Paris,' and needless to say, Hilton didn't endelight the experience. Today on 'The View,' Barbara Walters took Hilton to task over that footage and her public image.
"you're dragged out of bed by this assistant, you don't want to go, when she says you have got to do community service, you say, and I quote, 'It sucks,'" said Walters. Walters pointed out that Hilton has said she wanted to help female prisoners. "Why have not you done more of that and less of this?" Walters asked.
Hilton tried to explain that she was only joking, and her mother Kathy said there's a sure amount of playing to the camera involved. Hilton said she has a responsibility to entertain on a show like this. Barbara Walters seems to think Hilton has a fantasticer responsibility.
Anthony Clark on Thursday, June 02, 2011 1:31am
Google Places is at it again, brazenly borrowing reviews from Yelp. But this time it is in tinheritor iPhone app and they're not even bothering to link back to Yelp or attribute where they're getting the reviews. Yelp and Google have a love-hate relationship. Yelp loves when its listings and reviews show up in natural search results, but they hate it when Google scrapes tinheritor reviews to populate its own local listings in Google Places.
This tension between the two has been playing out for a long time with various ups and downs. it is become a running joke. But Google appears to be pushing the boundaries of what is acceptable once again with its mobile app.
Vesitu Yenuzavivo on Thursday, June 02, 2011 1:13am
If you are like me you are probably too preoccupied to receive political on a daily basis, even though you are ardourate about social activism and causes like education reform. But what if an app created it easier for you to receive informed and take political action on the issues you care about? Would you get involved then?
Launching in the app store today is ONE, an iPhone app that attempts to contemporaryize political call to behaveion, by making it easy to stay up to date on issues and take actions that actually might cause actual social change from within the app itself. The app basically gives you information about various advocacy movements like funding childhood vaccines for kids that can not afford them and then lets you call a senator, signal a petition or join up with a real life rally for causes in order to bring up awareness.
dahuyinujapo on Thursday, June 02, 2011 1:09am
If you have ever yearned to mash up your cat video with some C-SPAN footage but could not figure out how, today's your fortunate day.
Because starting now, YouTube is giving users a selection over how they want to license tinheritor content. There is still the standard YouTube license, which is quite restrictive, and now there is a new option: Creative Commons (with attribution). In short, you can now give other people permission to use your footage notwithstanding they'd like, provided to include a link back to the source.
Licenses are tricky commerce (there are six different Creative Common licenses) but YouTube is hoping to reduce confusion by limiting users to one option, which requires attribution and does allow for content to be used for commercial purposes.
Kujama on Thursday, June 02, 2011 12:57am
invoicey Bob Thornton's eunusuald daughter has been found guilty of aggravated manslaughter of a child, the Associated Press reports. Amanda Brumfield was convicted final Friday in Orlando and will be sentenced in July.
The 32-year-old Brumfield was acquitted of first-measure homicide and aggravated child-abuse charges.
Thornton's daughter had been facing a homicide charge for the death of her best friend's daughter during a sleepover in 2008. Brumfield claimed the little girl fell and hit her head while trying to climb out of a playpen. Her defense proposeed that fall might have aggravated a preceding injury.
Kimberly Miller on Thursday, June 02, 2011 12:43am
Microsoft has just given a demonstration of what they are calling Windows 8. It appears to be a total revamp of the Windows interface, designaled around a tile system like that of Windows Phone 7, and focused on being equally accessible via touchscreen interface or mouse and keyboard.
Windows president Steven Sinofsky says that Microsoft has "colored external the lines" on this release, and while they are retaining support for all the major applications and enterprise features, the new interface's meant to be fresh, fast, and accessible.
Robert Turner on Thursday, June 02, 2011 12:26am
Yesterday, main up to today's announcement of Twitter's new photo sharing capabilities, we reported hearing that Twitter had approached some ecosystem players months ago about tinheritor potential move into the arena. One player not consulted? A massive one: Twitpic.
"We never heard from Twitter that they were building a photo feature," Twitpic founder Noah Everett tells us. that is interesting since yFrog and Plixi (previously Tweetphoto) were approached, we have heard. Also lucidly approached, Photobucket, which ended up scoring a deal to host the images for Twitter.
Twitpic, the longtime leader in the space, understandably, is annoyed by this.
Joseph Brown on Wednesday, June 01, 2011 11:47pm
She has not been dating him very long but that didn't stop Jennifer Aniston from introducing new guy Justin Theroux to her friends this past weekend.
A source tells PEOPLE that the 'Horrible Bosses' star threw a little party final Friday night and used it as an possibility to introduce Theroux to some of her closest buddies, including Courteney Cox and Chelsea Handler.
"They all had a fantastic time and enjoyed Justin's company," the source told PEOPLE. The couple, which met final fall while making the upcoming movie, 'Wanderlust,' are "doing fantastic," the source added. "He is edgier than the guys Jen normally dates. She really likes him!"
Lusaxeb Mepahoheg on Wednesday, June 01, 2011 11:10pm
The season premiere of 'America's Got Talent' heated up NBC with record ratings. The talent competition was watched by 15 million viewers, the highest premiere for the series.
Moving to its new time correct after 'AGT,' NBC's new singing competition 'The Voice' was watched by 14.4 million viewers, a series high for the show so far.
'AGT' was seen by 4.2 million viewers in the 18-49 demo, while 'The Voice' grabbed 4.9 million.
Now in its sixth season, for the most part 'AGT' has averaged around 12 million viewers year after year. ultimate season's ultimatee was seen by 16 million viewers.
'The Voice,' which is currently in its first season, has already been dubbed a ratings hit by NBC. The show has been a consistent player in the 18-49 space, delivering numbers NBC has not seen in a while.