Wow!! Should we all have seen this coming all along?!
However, could they have been plotting the 22-year-old's sudden 1D exodus for a while??
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
YOU can drop everything.
Because your girl Rihanna is dropping her new single today!
The Stay singer dropped two snippets of Bitch Better Have My Money on the Dubsmash app Wednesday night, as well as teasing the single art on her Instagram!
The entire BBHMM will be here soon enough, but for now you can listen to about 20 seconds of it (below)!
When Spotify lost Taylor Swift and her entire discography last year, they suffered a pretty big blow.
She called them an "experiment" and said she feels they don't "fairly compensate" music makers.
While many maaaaany other artists don't share her opinion, like Jay Z who is totally on Spotify, one artist — who also happens to be Jay Z — scooped up her discography for his own steaming service!
Jay Z did it! He got Taylor's albums on his recently purchased music stream provider TIDAL.
Why would ol' Swifty suddenly let Jay Z's stream(ing service) touch her albums?
Everyone's favorite country cutie now owns porn sites specifically for herself!
Let us explain…
Domain names with .porn and .sucks will soon become available, and Taylor Swift wanted to make sure no one had hers. So, she bought them!
Swifty procured TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult, for her own uses. Actually, it's probably more for her non-uses! LOLz!
Microsoft is reportedly doing the same thing too.
Not only did Taylor preempt a porn site in her name, but she also is as smart as Microsoft! Impressive!
The Apple giveth, and the Apple taketh away!
The prayer hands emoji meant to bestow infinite reverence via text message has lost the rays of glory emitting from its holy digits.
As you can see, the emoji used to have heavenly bands of light coming from those two hands in question in iOS 8.2, but in iOS 8.3?
It's just two hands. Two sad, Godless hands.
The switch was first caught by Emojipedia, but soon all shall now that we've lost that special spark of the divine.
Our prayers may be heard, but nay they are unanswered. Whatever deity you believe in watches on with indifference.
[Image via Twitter.]
Girl power meets Nintendo Power!
The video game company is celebrating Women's History Month by posing several of its classic characters as Rosie the Riveter!
For you kids out there, Rosie the Riveter may sound like someone you could choose to play in Mario Kart, but she's actually the character portrayed in the classic "We Can Do It!" posters!
The female empowerment icon was created during WWII as women took on many jobs traditionally worked by men while they were away at war.
Sure, those jobs didn't include hunting down Metroids or exploding on cue, but what the heck! Anything that sheds more light on equality — especially for the Wii demographic!
Nice job, Nintendo! See the rest of the ladies (above)!
[Image via Nintendo.]
Computer users have known the browser Internet Explorer for many, many years.
But it's still a little sad, for nostalgia reasons, to see that Microsoft won't be using Internet Explorer and will instead be using an entirely new type of internet browser for Windows 10 when that comes out sometime in the summer.
The new name for this upcoming browser hasn't been figured out yet, so for the meanwhile it's being called Project Spartan.
The news was revealed at the Microsoft Convergence on Monday when Microsoft's marketing chief Chris Capossela said the following:
Kim Kardashian West's mobile game may be the most successful venture into video games since Mario jumped into his first pipe.
So why wouldn't her sisters follow suit??
They posted the teaser pic (above), writing: