Blizzard has announced and is now holding its first beta for "Overwatch" for a lucky group of PC players in North America and Europe.
Blizzard Entertainment's upcoming first-person multiplayer shooter is having its first stress test this weekend, just before the game is officially launched between Q1 and Q2 of 2016.
Earlier on, Blizzard announced the closed beta for North America and Europe late last month, and had announced it would be bringing a separate beta to Asia afterwards. more >>
The Los Angeles Auto Show is one of the most-anticipated car shows every year, and with the presentation of new models from various top automakers, Mercedes-Benz isn't lagging behind as it unveiled the 2017 SL Roadster.
Mercedes-Benz has had a long history of powerful cars that not only boast of highly developed engines but also feature the luxury that many of its clients adore.
With the new SL Roadster, potential buyers should expect a whole new experience as it offers more power than its predecessor, and according to Auto News, it will come with "California fun." The term was coined after the company decided that the new model should be of strong appeal to customers in the west coast who usually go for the "performance" type of cars. more >>
Blizzard Entertainment has announced the "World of Warcraft" will be getting a major patch early this week for "Warlords of Draenor."
MMORPG "World of Warcraft" is scheduled to receive patch 6.2.3 this Tuesday, giving players additional activities for its fifth expansion, "Warlords of Draenor," California-based game developer Blizzard Entertainment has said.
The new patch will be bringing back Valor point upgrades, enabling players to boost their gear by as much as 5 item levels for only 250 Valor points twice within the game. more >>
Former Navy SEAL Chad Williams, who last served in Iraq, spoke at Pastor Greg Laurie's California megachurch on Sunday, sharing through his own story how living for ourselves leaves us hungry and thirsty for more, a fact that made him turn to Christ for fulfillment in life.more >>
In an almost humorous way of tossing a $42 million lawsuit against the globally acclaimed Taylor Swift, a witty judge has dismissed the case that said Swift took lyrics of Jessie Braham's song.
In his lawsuit, Braham claimed that Swift took 92 percent of the lyrics in his song "Haters Gone Hate" to put it in her "Shake It Off" hit that was included in her "1989" album released in 2014.
The musician brought his cause before a California court, unknowing of the consequences that went with suing one of the most famous faces in the world today. more >>
The University of Southern California will be purchasing a church property that dates back to the 1930s as part of the public academic institution's ongoing expansion efforts.
USC is in negotiations to finalize the purchase of the campus of United University Church, a Los Angeles-based church jointly operated by a United Methodist congregation and a Presbyterian congregation.
Pastor Frank Wulf of United Church told The Christian Post that he could not comment on the pending transaction, but direct CP to an earlier interview he gave to The Los Angeles Times. more >>