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Lily Allen, who ended her lengthy hiatus late last year, admits her new music `is actually docile pop rubbish`.
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Lily Allen kisses herself, fights and vomits in the video for her new single ‘Our Time’.
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Facebook`s return gift on its 10th birthday, personalized `Look Back` videos, have been reportedly shared by the users for almost 100 million times.
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Internet retail titan Amazon.com has been reaching out to entertainment studios about licensing television programs for an online streaming service, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
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Providing a good change to the age-old way of shooting videos and capturing pictures in landscape mode, a new iOS app reportedly allows users to shoot videos in portrait mode.
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Vine has also introduced a Web-only feature called 'TV Mode' that transforms a user's stream into a full-screen video of Vine videos that play in sequence and is available on any member's profile.
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Other effect is that users can experience a lot less buffering while watching online video.
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A new app for iOS devices gives users access to visual effects that have been used in movies and TV shows over the last 15 years for editing videos.
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A new survey has found that Americans are the biggest porn lovers in the world, with the longest porn-watching sessions on the planet.
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Music videos have reportedly shared a huge space on Google-owned YouTube's top trending videos of 2013 list.
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Live score and commentary of the third ODI between India and West Indies in Kanpur.
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China's search giant Baidu has been reportedly sued a whopping 49.2 million dollars in damage for copyright violations, after privacy-fighting group filed a lawsuit against the site for spreading pirated videos online.
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