Nick Vujicic, a Christian motivational speaker known worldwide as the "limbless evangelist," has met with the family of Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao, who is also a vocal Christian. Vujicic said he is not taking sides ahead of the widely anticipated fight with five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. but said he will pray for Pacquiao's safety.
"I'm here not to take side but to wish him luck and pray for his safety," Vujicic said about meeting the Filipino boxer at his Los Angeles residence on Monday, according to PhilBoxing.com. He added that he admires Pacquiao's humility, generosity and kindness. more >>
News has emerged Apple is geared to unveil its new and upgraded set top box for Apple TV at the WWDC this summer, but will withhold the 4K video streaming technology.
The next generation Apple TV is reportedly making its entrance at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in June this year, and speculations have emerged Apple's new revamped set top box won't be supporting 4K video streaming.
While the upcoming version of the Apple TV will still include a variety of innovative features expected of an Apple product, including online-based TV streaming and A8 chip compatibility, it appears the Cupertino, California corporation will be keeping away from 4K streaming, despite peers like Amazon and Netflix having already embraced the technology. more >>
A Presbyterian Church (USA) regional body located in California has been accused of putting a Korean congregation's effort to leave the mainline denomination to a standstill.
Last year, Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church of Rowland Heights voted overwhelmingly to seek dismissal from PCUSA over the denomination's growing acceptance of homosexuality.
Out of 817 votes casted in the March 2014 vote, 738 voted to leave, 74 voted to stay, and 5 votes were dismissed. more >>
Warner Bros. gave audiences at the WonderCon 2015 spoiler footage of some of their big May releases, including "Mad Max: Fury Road" over the weekend.
WonderCon 2015 showcased initial footage of George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road" when Warner Bros., the movie panel host, released a clip of its upcoming post-apocalyptic action film at the Anaheim Convention Center April 4.
Co-written, produced and helmed by Australian director George Miller, who also oversaw the first "Mad Max" film starring Mel Gibson, "Mad Max: Fury Road" represents the first film in the franchise after 30 years. more >>
A former executive in the Church of Scientology claims the organization has framed him in response to his participation in the recent HBO documentary "Going Clear" which aims to exposes the religion's evils.
According to Gawker, two narcotics officers with the Burbank, California, police department showed up at Tom DeVocht's door, who makes an appearance in "Going Clear" which debuted on HBO last month, and claimed they received an anonymous tip that he was selling drugs in the area. The police even wielded what the publication describes as "dubious photographic evidence" of him engaging in illegal activity.
The incident occurred just five days after the premier of "Going Clear." The report states that Adam Baumgarten, one of the narcotics officers who showed up at DeVocht's door, showed him a picture that had been taken of him sitting in car holding a quart-sized plastic bag with something white inside. more >>
Rumors have emerged Microsoft has plans to release a black and white Xbox One platform with supposed leaked images of the console reportedly sporting zebra stripes.
With the eight console cycle currently occurring across all gaming platform brands, Microsoft has started rumors buzzing they will be releasing a new Xbox One that features black and white zebra stripes.
What is presumed to be leaked images of the prototype emerged online, and reports surfaced its black and white design isn't for aesthetic purposes alone. According to information received, the company intends for each zebra-striped console design to be algorithmically generated to act as each unit's unique QR code-like key identifier, sans an actual serial number, as is traditionally done with other gaming platforms and devices across brands. more >>