Pop singer Lady Gaga plans a trip aboard Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, where she will sing one song from space.
The pop world's most controversial dresser and queen of Twitter and YouTube is launching her very own social network. Aptly named "Little Monsters" (that's what she calls her fans), the site's leaked beta screenshots suggest her cult community network closely resembles that of the rising Pinterest.
If you wanted to escape from the world for a few minutes what's the best thing to do? Put on something that makes you look like a wannabe Lady Gaga backing singer of course!
When the world heard that Polaroid was ending the instant camera business, photographers and even neophytes mourned the loss of a classic camera and hobby. Polaroid then revived instant film with the ugly Polaroid 300, a rebrand of an already plastic-licious FujiFilm Instax Mini 7. Lady Gaga hopped onboard as Polaroid's new creative director and the result wasn't only a bizarre pair of camera sunglasses, but also the Grey Label GL30 Instant Digital Camera.
The only way to describe the Polaroid's Lady Gaga event is to liken it to an ant farm, because that's exactly how it felt waiting for her fashionably late eyewear announcement. Nonetheless, Gaga fans will recall that a couple of years back, the queen of strange donned a pair of glasses with iPod screens in the place of lenses. Today, Gaga unveiled the Polarez, a Gaga-fied pair of glasses with a built in camera and two screens that will make you look even more ridiculous at your next party.
Having trouble figuring out how the above is a piano? Designer Apostol Tnokovski sure gave it some crazy curves. Apparently he was watching Lady Gaga perform and saw that she was using just any ol' set of keys. He decided to take matters into his own hands.
So what could pop singer and oddball clotheshorse Lady Gaga do that could possibly have anything to do with tech? Well, she made an appearance at CES 2010 today, showing off her $120 in-ear Heartbeats headphones while creating a mob...