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Urban media has been marketing round enormous derriere as the new "ideal figure." Women have gone to extreme measurements of injecting illegal liquid sillicone in their buttocks. The demand for bigger buttocks in Venezuela means some women will putting their health at risk like Denny, a 35-year-old Venezuelan lawyer. "It was a terrible shock. I couldn't walk. That's how my agony started," she says. The liquid silicone moved towards her back from her buttocks putting painful pressure on her spine. The pain was so intense that she could not bend or walk. The buttock injection is themost common procedure done... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2014 at Global Media News
Who doesn’t want to be internet famous? Lots of twitter users are purchasing followers, retweets and comments. By purchasing these followers, you are looked at as a popular person or a person with means. Why would you want to buy followers you may ask, well its all about numbers. Chen Kun is a Chinese actor who has 72.5 million followers on twitter, which in fact is more than 12% of the Chinese internet users and more than the population of France according to Ad Age. Weibo which is the largest social media platform in China is getting ready for its... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2014 at Global Media News
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Uganda is seen as the global leader for the fight against AIDS, 60%of the people face the stigma of carrying the disease. This stigma puts them in the disadvantage of not being able to acquire work. BBC went undercover to pretending to be patients of HIV positive, whom were seeking work and needed documents stating they were HIV negative. Private clinics in Uganda are selling phony HIV negative test to the people, to help them get employed. The stigma of having HIV puts the people in a disadvantage of not being hired and also not being able to provide for... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2014 at Global Media News
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Huawei Technologie is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and service company. The company is located in Shenzhen, Guandong. Huawei is the largest supplier of telecommunication equipment and internet gear maker in the world. Sweden’s Ericsson was once the globe’s number one manufacture of communication equipment that is produced in China. Huawei is building some of the best, most innovative, and fastest equipment in the industry. The United Stated was uncertain in 2011 of China’s new prominence in the world could become a cyber security concern of giving potential enemies the access of our network by purchasing vulnerable equipment... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2014 at Global Media News
Edison Gbenga Ade who is a 29 year old is a developer from Ghana. He created an app platform that provides access to markets and information about prices, to help farmers negotiate better deals and improve the timing of getting their crops to market. He hopes this app will tranform the standard living for farmers and help them address food shortage. This app has the potential to transform lives and how we do business. The app may not be as exciting as a driverless car, but is an increasingly important facet of nearly all aspects of life in Ghana or... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2013 at Global Media News
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When searching on Google, “auto complete” service helps complete your search term. It will suggest other similar key terms while you are typing. Also it will show a “searching result” for suggestions on the term you searched and will say “ did you mean....” The name suggestions and automatic suggested letters and words to complete a query are based on the company’s knowledge of the billions of searches performed across the world each day. If you enter the words “women should,” the number one suggestion is “women shoulder bags,” followed by “women should be seen and not heard.” If I... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2013 at Global Media News
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Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt is outraged on the U.S. government spying on the company's data centers . He said "It's really outrageous that the National Security Agency (NSA) was looking between the Google data centers, if that's true," Schmidt told The Wall Street Journal . "The steps that the organization was willing to do without good judgment to pursue its mission and potentially violate people's privacy, it's not okay." Schmidt criticized other NSA activities and the collections of millions of phone records He specifically mentioned; "The National Security Agency allegedly collected the phone records of every phone call of... Continue reading
Posted Nov 4, 2013 at Global Media News
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Twitter has the most interaction during the premiere of a popular show, breaking news, sports games are on television. People are sharing there thoughts of the super bowl game, award shows, documentaries on elites, etc. Comcast customers will soon be able to reach some television shows through twitter messages from a feature called See It. Comcast wants See It to show up on other Web sites and apps for the platform of online conversation and news coverage about TV series and movies can directly lead users to those series and movies. Comcast own channels like NBC and shows like "The... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2013 at Global Media News
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Facebook has released two new features that will lead the media world and Facebook in another direction. News organizations are excited about these new features, it will help them connect to the public and understand “what are people talking about". Why do reporters want Facebook to help them? Why does Facebook want to help reporters may be questions you are wondering? ©Facebook Facebook users share their thoughts on big moments happening all around them. "Everything Facebook has done has been about giving all people around the world the power to connect..." Zuckerberg said, founder and CEO of Facebook. Twitter has... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2013 at Global Media News
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64 Diana Nyad is the first to finish 110 mile swim from Cuba to Florida, without a shark cage. The swimmer quotes "You're never too old to live your dreams." according to Sportingnews.com. Nyad made five attempts and on her fifth try in 52 hours, 54 minutes and 18.6 seconds, she made her way into a record breaking in history. Nyad used social media outlets such as facebook, twitter, blogs and documentaries to keep her fans updated on her journey into the history books. Diana crew "XtremeDream" and Timothy Wheeler director of SXSW documentary films used livestream and updated her... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2013 at Global Media News
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