Rumors have emerged that Microsoft is looking to buy BlackBerry for $7 billion, and it isn't the only company wanting to purchase the Canadian company.
Microsoft isn't the only major player with BlackBerry in its sights. According to DigiTimes, Huawei, Lenovo, and Xiaomi Technology in China, have also expressed their interest in acquiring the Canadian company, which posted a profitable fourth quarter last year.
While BlackBerry's shares closed at $10.48 last Friday, there have been reports its BlackBerry Passport and BlackBerry Classic aren't selling as briskly as expected to revive sales, resulting in a recent round of global job cuts and corporate restructuring announced last week. more >>
"Red Dead Redemption's" developer has announced it is hiring for its next open-world title featuring cutting edge graphics in a complex and dynamic open-world environment.
Rockstar Games, the multinational video game developer who created the popular Western action-adventure video game, "Red Dead Redemption," is currently in the initial phases of developing an open-world dynamic multiplayer game with intricate graphics.
The San Diego subsidiary has released information it is hiring people to take the new game's development to the next level, posting a listing for a Network Programmer to take on the challenge of maintaining "complex open-world game environments," it said on its website. more >>
EA has released information they are working on a reboot for "Need for Speed" reboot that's scheduled for PC, PS 4 and Xbox One this coming fall.
Racing video game, "Need for Speed" will be getting a reboot for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One by fall, game developer Electronic Arts announced recently.
Together with the announcement, EA also debuted a new trailer for the open-world street racing video game, featuring a host of customization options backed by an "immersive narrative" for a more cohesive player experience. more >>
Hundreds of former Marine and military veterans have been spared from the growing suicide and divorce rates among combat veterans who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder because a professional MMA fighter's faith-based retreat taught them that their disorder is no match for God's "blueprint" for their life.
Former MMA fighter Chad Robichaux, who did eight tours of duty as a Marine in Afghanistan and has a career 19-2 record in professional matches, was on the verge of losing his wife and family due to his inability to cope with the struggles of PTSD upon his return home from combat.
Although he was back from war, the only thing he wanted to do was go back to Afghanistan and fight. That was until he started making money fighting in various professional and televised mixed martial arts circuits. Although Robichaux used MMA as physical outlet to "heal" the symptoms of PTSD, the sport was not "curing" the root cause of his issue. more >>
A California-based Christian youth charity is seeking to build 25 homes for the poor in Mexico over the span of only two days.
Known as "Homes of Hope," the San Diego chapter of Youth With a Mission's project, will focus on building 25 homes in Mexico during Memorial Day weekend.
Sean Lambert, founder and president of YWAM/San Diego, told The Christian Post that the largest number of houses his charity has ever built in two days before this project was 13. more >>
Capcom has just released a new trailer for its upcoming title, "Street Fighter V" featuring villain, M. Bison sporting a new look.
The latest installment in the fighting video game series, "Street Fighter V" has a new trailer showing the return of notorious villain M. Bison, who appears to have aged in the recently released gameplay footage.
Fans of the game will be treated to changes in M. Bison's look, which shows him with grey hair, indicating considerable time has passed since he last appeared as a supporting villain in "Street Fighter IV." more >>