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Korean mobile app Kakao Talk now sees 1 billion texts sent every day
In Korea and Japan, social networks are frequently promoted by celebrities, which explains why Google+ recently linked up with AKB48, a super girl band in ... range of merchandise for their phone, such as wallpapers. Companies are also tapping the service.

Canceled PS4 Game Would Have Let You Play Team Deathmatch As Gnomes
Did you know a game about gnomes killing each other almost made it to the PS4? In the latest Unseen64 video, Liam Robertson reports that a shooter with the working title “Gnomageddon” was in development at Sony San Diego up until late last year.

Hello Kitty Data Leak: If you have a SantrioTown account, you might want to change your password
Fortunately, it not did include information about your smartwatch wallpaper. Say hello to #HelloKitty #AndroidWear! Available now on #GooglePlay: The new Hello Kitty #Android Watch Face features six cute and creative designs that.

Miyuki Sawashiro, Ayako Kawasumi, Mai Nakahara Join AKB0048 Anime Cast
Nine real-life members of AKB48 (and its sister groups SKE48 and NMB48) will play the research students, or the trainee members who hope to one day become full AKB0048 members themselves. Miyuki Sawashiro will play Acchan, the 13th-generation idol to.

Sony cyberattack gets muted coverage in Japanese media
Over at newswire Kyodo News, just after the FBI formally blamed North Korea for the cyberattack, mega pop group AKB48 topped headlines online ... "If you are technically savvy and need information (about the Sony hack), you will get it from the Web news.

Ex-AKB48 Star Atsuko Maeda Meets With Taylor Swift
It was Jpop idol meets country idol today as former AKB48 star gone solo Atsuko Maeda spoke with American singer Taylor Swift on her Tokyo FM radio show Heart Songs of Atsuko Maeda. "Acchan" met with "Tay" on November 26th as Swift was in Japan to promote.

Japanese viewers tuning out, turning off their TVs
Following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, the Nomura Research Institute conducted a survey in which the subjects were asked to name the institutions in which their trust had declined when it came to providing disaster information. Topping the list.