‘Empire’s’ Terrence Howard Debuts Baby Son On Twitter (Photo)

Terrence Howard attends a photocall for 'Empire' during the 55th Monte Carlo TV Festival on June 14, 2015 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco -- Getty ImagesTerrence Howard, who stars as Lucious Lyon on Fox’s “Empire,” has shared a photo of his newborn baby boy. The actor debuted the sweet picture of himself and his sleeping son on Twitter on Friday. Terrence and his wife, Mira, welcomed Qirin four weeks ago, Terrence revealed exclusively to Access Hollywood while promoting “Empire” at the Monte Carlo TV Festival in Monaco.

Will the Periscope Revolution Steer Twitter’s Future?

To get a sense of why Periscope has come to be regarded as the buzzy new social app of the moment, a good place to start might be with the habits of regular “scopers” like Rosie Brown. Brown (@rosiebrownuk) is a friendly, socially active British expat who now calls Melbourne home, and part of her daily routine involves pulling out her smartphone regularly to broadcast via Twitter-owned Periscope to her friends as well as to perfect strangers around the world. Her sessions usually include showing highlights of the places she goes and the things she does over the course of a day, things like drinking with friends, strolling through the city, and visiting its myriad iconic sites. DON’T MISS: Why Didn’t

Madrid city offical resigns over Holocaust joke on Twitter

Madrid's new cultural affairs commissioner resigned from his post Monday -- just two days after being sworn in -- after it emerged he had joked on Twitter about the HolocaustMadrid’s new cultural affairs commissioner resigned from his post Monday — just two days after being sworn in — after it emerged he had joked on Twitter about the Holocaust. Another tweet from the same year had taken aim at Irene Villa, a journalist who lost her legs in a bombing by the Basque separatist group ETA. Zapata’s resignation comes just two days after he was sworn into Madrid’s new municipal government.

Facebook launches private photo sharing for friends

The 'Facebook' logo is reflected in an Indian woman's sunglasses as she browses on a tablet in Bangalore on May 15, 2012Facebook on Monday unveiled a new feature that allows smartphone users to privately share photos of friends, by sifting through images with facial recognition technology. The standalone app, called Moments, allows users to share photos with friends who are in them, and to get images of themselves. “It’s hard to get the photos your friends have taken of you, and everyone always insists on taking that same group shot with multiple phones to ensure they get a copy,” product manager Will Ruben said in a blog post.

Belgian watchdog takes Facebook to court over privacy concerns

Belgium's privacy protection committee filed suit against Facebook in the main civil court in the capital BrusselsA privacy watchdog said Monday it is taking Facebook to court in Belgium for tracking Internet users, including those who are not members of the US social media network. Belgium’s privacy protection committee filed suit against Facebook in the main civil court in the capital Brussels, which was to begin hearing the case on Thursday, said Sarah Boulerhcha, a watchdog spokeswoman. Last month, the watchdog charged that “Facebook flouts European and Belgian law in the area of privacy” before it made several recommendations that it said the firm failed to act on.