Microsoft has made a huge impression when it unveiled its new Surface Book, and this titan computer is now being touted as a tough competitor for Apple's MacBook Pro.
The Microsoft Surface Book is the closest rival of the Apple MacBook Pro right now. The two powerful devices are very similar in terms of size, weight, and battery, but the display specs and processor may give more points to the Surface Book, according to Gizmodo.
The 3.48-pound MacBook Pro has a 13.3-inch display with a 2560 x 1600 resolution. The 3.34-pound Surface Book, on the other hand, boasts of a 13.5-inch display with a 3000 x 2000 resolution. Both are powered by batteries that last for 12 hours. So, in terms of specs, it may all come down to the display quality and the processor, Tech Times reports. more >>
Gospel singer Kim Burrell says she credits entertainment mogul Steve Harvey for transforming her life through his powerful testimony.
Burrell, 43, performed on the "Steve Harvey Show" Wednesday to promote her sixth gospel album A Different Place. There she revealed that the talk show host had changed her life when he shared his testimony on a religious program.
"Can I just say this? When you went on a religious television show, I never been touched like that because you said everything that I wish I could have been able to say," Burrell told Harvey on the show. "This is the one thing you said that changed my life." more >>
The first season of the suspenseful and intense companion series to AMC's hit post-apocalyptic drama TV series "The Walking Dead," "Fear The Walking Dead" may have just ended and it could be a long time before it resumes on air. However, series creator Robert Kirkman dished out some details that could help preoccupy the fans while waiting for the next installment.
According to Kirkman, who recently spoke at the New York Comic-Con event, Season 2 will basically begin at the point where the pilot season left off and this could mean that viewers will get to see some action on water.
As confirmed by Kirkman, who also served as the series executive producer, the boat storyline will be explored further when the show returns to the small screens. For those who missed it, the finale episode featured Strand revealing to Nick that he intends to escape the undead epidemic in the best way he can think of and that would be through the yacht, which he christened "Abigail." But will there be some zombie crisis occurring on the water? more >>
Jessa Duggar Seewald, the star of the recently-cancelled TLC reality TV series "19 Kids and Counting," recently took to her social media to once again update her fans about her pregnancy with her first baby with husband Ben Seewald.
The soon-to-be-a-mother did so by taking a photo of her obviously growing baby bump and sharing it on the couple's Twitter and Instagram account.
Despite unified efforts to end racism and discrimination, colorism is a centuries-old issue that looms large within the African-American community, and among many ethnicities, causing friction and division among the races. Media mogul Oprah Winfrey recently recalled one of her first encounters with colorism as a child, and how the Holy Spirit helped her overcome the devastating ordeal.
At 6 years old, Winfrey was forced to leave the care of her maternal grandmother, who had raised her from birth in Kosciusko, Mississippi, to live with her mother in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and there she would experience heart-wrenching neglect. The OWN network founder spoke about the experience in a promo video for her forthcoming "Belief" series, which premieres next week.
"I walked into that space feeling completely alone and abandoned with no explanation of why I was being sent away," Winfrey said of arriving at the home where her mother resided. "I remember the first night entering into that house and being told that I wouldn't be able to sleep with my mother and I wouldn't be able to sleep inside the house, but there was a little porch before you actually got inside the house and I was put outside to sleep there." more >>
The second season of FX's highly-anticipated crime drama series "Fargo" is now ready to kick off and here's a non-spoiler preview for Episode 1.
Posted over at HitFix.com, the segment titled "Waiting For Dutch" will take the viewers back to a 1979 Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota. In it is a young State Police officer, Lou (Patrick Wilson), who recently got back from his service tour in Vietnam, investigating a case concerning a local crime gang, a major mob syndicate and the town beautician, Peggy, which is played by Kirsten Dunst. Her husband, Ed, portrayed by Jesse Plemons, serves as an assistant to a local butcher.
Lou's partner in the investigation is his father-in-law, Sheriff Larsson (Ted Danson). Going deeper into the case, the duo will get acquainted to a "colourful cast of characters" including the drunkard, Korean War vet, Karl Weathers (Nick Offerman); Kansas City crime syndicate front man, Joe Bulo (Brad Garrett); the latter's right hand, Mike Milligan (Bokeem Woodbine); and the Gerhardt crime family matriarch, Floyd Gerhardt (Jean Smart), among others. more >>