Steve Martin and Kim Kardashian drove the breaking of the news of Osama bin Laden's death.
No, Paul McCartney and Jon Bon Jovi are not dead, they’re both alive and well, but somebody’s trying to kill them off in cyberspace via Twitter.
X Factor producer Simon Cowell, TV host Bill O'Reilly and actress Gwyneth Paltrow have all come in for special mentions in Sense About Science's Celebrities and Science report.
The FBI says it's charged a man for hacking into the email accounts of dozens of celebrities.
It's always difficult to know what to buy without the help of reality TV stars. So Google is planning to help out its users by tipping them off when a celebrity's endorsed a product they're interested in.
Facebook's swiped an idea from Twitter and has introduced a new 'subscribe' button, allowing users to focus on the news they're most interested in and also follow celebrities.
A controversial legal tool in the UK used to protect celebrities' privacy has been defied by a single Twitter user who is posting details of a series of alleged indiscretions.
Move over, the New York Times - an analysis of Twitter trends has shown that celebrities often have more influence on peoples' opinions on big news stories than major news organizations.
A new celebrity-stalking website that tracks its victims in real time is launching next week, despite having been repudiated by Twitter.