Prominent English social critic and author Os Guinness preached at Pastor Rick Warren's Saddleback church in California on Sunday, explaining to the congregation the real meaning of the word "calling" and how it applies in the life of each Christian.
Meaning, purpose and identity are things that everybody needs and yet there is a great deal of confusion about what they mean, said Guinness, author of the Global Charter of Conscience, launched at the European Parliament in Brussels in June 2012.
There is confusion also in the United States, he suggested, calling it a "cut-flower civilization." Our ideas were rooted in the Scriptures, Jewish and Christian ideals, he said. "But in the last generation, they've cut them. So the flower still looks beautiful, but in many parts of the country, they are dying." more >>
Treyarch and Activision have just released a storyline trailer for "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" that puts its setting at World War 2.
Treyarch's upcoming first-person shooter, "Call of Duty: Black Ops III," that's due to be released early next month, now has a new trailer that features the dark and dangerous setting of World War 2, with a surplus of guns and explosions.
While the main game will be set in the dystopian future of 2065, which takes place two decades after the events in "Black Ops II," the new trailer shows soldiers grafted with a neural interface that allows them to weaponize their brains, and send them to a virtual reality environment of World War 2, where one character is heard to say "your mind is truly your greatest weapon." more >>
Apple was recently awarded a smartphone patent it filed in 2013 that features a handset with a curved screen.
A leaked image showing a handset with a curved screen and flexible display from a patent Apple filed in 2013 could indicate the iPhone 7 may feature a flexible display and side wall screens.
The schematics, which features a curved display similar to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, may give the iPhone 7 a flexible screen that will be able to show even more content compared to Apple's competition, without having to increase the its screen size. more >>
Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant could be headed toward the L.A. Lakers when he becomes a free agent in 2016.
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder's small forward is due to hit free agency soon, and reports have been leaning towards his signing up with the L.A. Lakers next season.
According to reports, which were first heard from ESPN, the 6'9" Durant, who grabbed the NBA MVP trophy in 2014, has the Lakers in his sights if does end up leaving the Thunder. more >>
Rumors have emerged that Apple's MacBook Air 2016 may be released early, evidenced by the deep discounts retailers have given their current MacBook models.
Apple's latest MacBook model is rumored to be coming in November, with the Cupertino, California company moving its launch date up to early October from its earlier unveiling schedule in Q1 2016.
Retailers have even now started to put their current MacBook inventory up for sale at lower prices in preparation of the MacBook Air 2016's arrival. more >>
Google is set to unload its latest mobile OS, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, starting October 5, almost a week after today's launch event.
Google just finished launching its two new Nexus flagships, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P during its special event today, September 29, Tuesday, and both smartphones are already carrying its new mobile operating system, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, before it officially rolls out to the public next week, October 5.
Based on information released by Canadian telecom carrier, Telus on its Software Update Schedule page, the latest Android iteration will also find its way to the Motorola Google Nexus 6 and the LG Google Nexus 5 on the same date. more >>