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Leave it to Kendrick Lamar to turn a good Friday into a great Friday. The Compton rapper dropped his fourth studio album, Damn, last night and the Internet just can’t stop talking about the highly anticipated release. If you thought Dot’s 2015 Grammy nominated album To Pimp a Butterfly was politically direct, than Damn may have you […]

Kendrick Lamar dropped his highly anticipated album Damn on Friday and the Internet just can’t stop talking about it. The rapper’s fourth project touches on everything from Donald Trump to FOX News. Check out some of the best tweets about the K. Dot’s hot new album.

Another day, another “leaked” sex tape. Lira Galore is the latest model to have their personal sex sessions uploaded to the Internet for the world to see. After graphic images and video of Lira and a guy being intimate hit social media on Friday, Rick Ross‘ former girlfried took to Twitter: https://twitter.com/_LiraGalore/status/837539875469447168 Multiple sites reported […]

The gorgeous model and former video girl set the internet on fire over the weekend with a series of photos.

Soulja Boy's wild behavior over the past few weeks has everyone talking – even OG rappers like Fabolous.

Soulja Boy apparently still hasn't had enough of being the butt of a month's worth of jokes, because he continues to show off his antics.

For African-Americans and Hispanics --- two groups that strongly prefer using mobile devices to access the Internet -- the benefits of the free-data plans are particularly clear.

TIME's second annual list of the most influential people on the Internet has finally arrived.

President Barack Obama announced a plan to make broadband affordable to low-income families. It seeks to close a technology gap that creates another layer of disadvantage to students from low-income families.

Michael Jordan has finally revealed his true feelings about the internet sensation known as the Michael Jordan crying face meme.

Google announced the release of free internet for residents in the West Bluff neighborhood of Kansas City - the first area wired for Google Fiber.

Sales in brick and mortar stores fell from $11.6 billion in 2014 to $10.4 billion in 2015. That's an overall 10 percent decrease in sales, a consequence of both stores offering sales days earlier and online sales that allowed consumers to shop from the comfort of their homes.