"World of Warcraft" is set to release its latest Patch 6.2, "Warlords of Draenor," giving players access to garrison shipyards and ocean-faring war vessels.
Fans of "World of Warcraft" will be able to embark on naval missions using ships built in their own shipyards when "WoW's" Patch 6.2, "Warloads of Draenor" is finally released.
Currently available on the Public Test Realms for beta testing, "Warlords of Draenor," will also give players a chance to lead expeditions into Draenor's level 100 Tanaan Jungle in a bid to defeat the Iron Horde. more >>
Activision has just announced an autumn release date for "Guitar Hero Live," its latest installment in the popular rock star simulator game.
American video game publisher, Activision revealed it will be releasing "Guitar Hero Live," its first new title after four years, in late 2015, earlier than fans expected.
The new installment to the franchise is currently in development at FreeStyleGames, the same company that created "DJ Hero" and "DJ Hero 2." more >>
Pastor Andy Stanley has declared that local congregations should be the "safest place on the planet for students to talk about anything, including same-sex attraction."
At a two-day event centered on cultivating good church leadership held in Southern California, the founder of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, spoke Friday about the things he hoped will change about the modern church.
"We just need to decide from now on in our churches when a Middle School kid comes out to his small group leader or a high school young lady comes out to her parents," said Stanley. "We just need to decide, regardless of what you think about this topic — no more students are going to feel like they have to leave the local church because they're same-sex attracted or because they're gay. That ends with us." more >>
Apple has just acquired a company that specializes in manufacturing small but powerful cameras, giving rise to speculations it may usher in a new generation of iPhone shooters.
Apple has just paved the way for its foray into developing a more superior camera for its iPhone line after its recent acquisition of LinX, an Israeli manufacturer of smartphone and tablet cameras that could rival a DSLR.
LinX device cameras have been specially designed to perform strongly in low light situations and offer lower shutter lag. It also features richer color fidelity, background focus blur, depth tracking, parallax images, 3D picture capture and modeling and post-shot refocusing. more >>
Robert Downey, Jr. joined Instagram Monday, and posted his first ever photo on the social media app featuring his fellow cast members from "The Avengers: Age of Ultron."
"The Avengers: Age of Ultron" Ironman actor, Robert Downey, Jr. made his first foray on the popular photo sharing app, Instagram, and his first photo was a star-studded line-up of his fellow "Age of Ultron" cast mates.
The candid photo included Jimmy Kimmel, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo and Downey Jr. in a couch backstage at the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" show where the actors played a game of Family Feud with their host. more >>
Singer Pink has lashed out at bullies on Twitter who have called her fat and poked fun at her curves.
Inundated with hateful comments after being photographed looking heavier than usual, American pop singer and songwriter Pink called out Twitter bullies who ridiculed her curvier form and called her fat.
When the "Just Give Me A Reason," singer was photographed on the red carpet Saturday during the John Wayne 30th Annual Odyssey Ball in Beverly Hills in an ankle-length black dress with a plunging neckline, she proudly showed off her new fuller figure. more >>