Lady Gaga has been getting more and more into the world of technology lately. Just recently, it was announced, that the pop singer is partnering with Eric Schmidt’s Tomorrow Ventures to invest at least one million dollars in a new start up company called Backplane, according to the New York Times.
Earlier this week AT&T announced the first five cities where they would roll out 4G/LTE. We knew that as soon as AT&T Mobility, CEO, Ralph de La Hoya (we mean De La Vega) put his boxing gloves back on and got into the 4G/LTE ring things would heat up. You see how they did that?
Today, Zynga and Lady Gaga announced their plans to form a partnership to launch Lady Gaga’s newest album “Born This Way” which is due to launch on the 17th of May. This first and one of a kind partnership will give Farmville players a chance to listen to the album songs exclusively when they visit
Move over Andy, Lady GaGa is putting her selling power behind an Android handset for a Japanese carrier in the new ad seen below. You may have seen the stories about Sprint’s great ad for the HTC Evo that features our favorite little green robot. In that ad, Andy uses his jetpack style flying from