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  • Celebrity Tech 'Executives': Ashton Kutcher, Shakira and Others Become Tech Executives

    In October 2013, T-Mobile announced that Shakira would be joining the company as a "T-Mobile collaborator." T-Mobile was vauge about the multi-year partnership but said it would support the singer's new single and album release and Shakira said she would help spread the word about T-Mobile's effort to "bring the world closer together."
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  • Celebrity Tech 'Executives': Ashton Kutcher, Shakira and Others Become Tech Executives

    Ashton Kutcher of "Two and a Half Men" joined Lenovo as a product engineer in October 2013. Kutcher told ABC News he wouldn't just be working on marketing but that he would help contribute to software and hardware development. He said he was trading in his iPhone for a Lenovo Android phone.
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  • Celebrity Tech 'Executives': Ashton Kutcher, Shakira and Others Become Tech Executives

    Jessica Alba was chosen by Microsoft to be the spokesperson for its Windows Phone 8 campaign. Alba spoke at the launch of the phone operating system and said she was giving up her iPhone for a new Windows Phone. Months later she was seen using her iPhone.
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  • Celebrity Tech 'Executives': Ashton Kutcher, Shakira and Others Become Tech Executives

    In 2010, Lady Gaga was named the creative director of Polaroid. She helped design some products with the company, including the small Polaroid Grey Label GL10 wireless printer, which was released in 2010.
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  • Celebrity Tech 'Executives': Ashton Kutcher, Shakira and Others Become Tech Executives

    In May 2013, Jennifer Lopez teamed up with Verizon to launch Viva Movil, a mobile phone carrier aimed at the Latino market. J Lo is the creative director of Viva Movil and a majority shareholder of the company.
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  • Celebrity Tech 'Executives': Ashton Kutcher, Shakira and Others Become Tech Executives

    In February 2013, Alicia Keys joined BlackBerry as its creative director. While BlackBerry said Keys would help with marketing and product plans, it looked more like a marketing move for the company. Keys was paid to use the BlackBerry Z10 phone and the company featured her in ads.
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