As tens of thousands of Californians filled Anaheim's Angel Stadium for the Southern California Harvest Crusade 2015 on Friday night, pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie delivered the event's first nightly message, sharing how happiness can be experienced through our creator, who is "a happy God."
"Deep down inside, everybody wants to be happy. In fact, God prewired us that way," Laurie, the founder of Harvest Crusades, told crowd in his message, which followed worship songs by the Christian bands THIRD DAY, Citizens & Saints and Phil Wickham.
According to the Harvest team, 29,000 people attended in the stadium and another 29,368 people attended online. There were 2,353 professions of faith. more >>
Yacht Club Games has announced the long awaited DLC for "Shovel Knight" is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2015.
California-based independent video game developer Yacht Club Games recently released a trailer for "Plague of Shadows," an upcoming DLC for its 2D platform game, "Shovel Knight."
"Plague of Shadows," which will be launched as a free update, will allow players to control one of the games' boss characters, "Plague Knight." more >>
The Odd Gentlemen announced a second episode for its adventure video game, "King's Quest" at the PAX 2015.
Less than a month after the release of the first episode in its video game series, "King's Quest: A Knight to Remember," California-based video game developer duo, The Odd Gentlemen, announced it will be launching the game's second episode, "Rubble Without a Cause" by the end of the year.
The Odd Gents, founded by Matt Korba and Paul Belleza, announced "Rubble Without a Cause" at a PAX Prime panel, and provided some storyline spoilers about the game's main character, Graham. more >>
"Diablo III" Season 4 is now live after launching on PC and Mac over the weekend, opening new challenges and opportunities for players.
"Diablo III" players reaching level 70 in the new season will be rewarded with special gear, an incentive for fans to start off Season 4 of the action role-playing game after it kicked off over the weekend for PC and Mac.
While "Diablo III," Blizzard Entertainment's third installation in their popular "Diablo" franchise has been around for three years now, the Irvine, California-based game developer has continued to keep the game fresh with its regular Seasons patches. more >>
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk dropped by Instagram over the weekend to reveal a photo of the company's new production line, in preparation for the coming of the Tesla "Model X."
The photo shows the production line that includes 542 robots in dazzling red and black, some of which are similar to the robots sported by billionaire-genius Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, in the popular Marvel Studios franchise.
Referring to his concerns about artificial intelligence, of which the exec has been well-known for, the photo was captioned: "Bringing up Tesla Production Line 2. 542 robots in total with 15 operating simultaneously at the central assembly point. And people wonder why I'm worried about the robocalypse..." more >>
Apple recently sent out invites to the press for their September special event, where it is speculated they will be launching the iPad Air 3, iPad Mini4, and iPad Pro.
With less than two weeks left before Apple is set to unveil its new flagship handsets, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, its anticipated September 9 event may also be the venue for the Cupertino, California tech giant to launch three new tablets: the iPad Air 3, iPad Mini 4 and the larger iPad Pro.
While Apple's iPads haven't been as revolutionary as their iPhone line, the company continues to churn out newly refreshed models to keep their tablet series relevant. more >>