After years of speculations surrounding an upgrade, Apple is said to be gearing up to release a new Apple TV at the WWDC this coming summer.
Since its first launch in January 2007, Apple has revealed it is preparing to refresh its TV set top box that it will be releasing at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June 2015.
With the last update to the device dated 2012, the new Apple TV hardware is reportedly equipped with a ramped-up A8 chip processor and over 8GB in memory. With its updated OS, the new Apple TV will have Siri voice control capabilities, and the significant overhaul is intended to cast a spotlight on Apple's vision for ideal TV viewing experience, as well as raise the ante in a set-top box cluttered market crowded by rivals like Amazon, Roku, and Xbox One. more >>
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber was photographed together with model Ashley Moore at an L.A. Clippers game over the weekend, leading to rumors they have started dating.
Justin Bieber was spotted sitting on model Ashley Moore's lap and kissing her forehead at an L.A. Clippers game at the Los Angeles Staples Center on Friday, giving rise to speculations they have started to date.
The singer-songwriter and the American Nous Models talent, both 21, are said to share a love for basketball. Both have also modeled for Calvin Klein. more >>
As the unmarried homeless couple stood on a street corner in northern California with their four children holding up a sign that read "Family Needs Help God Bless," little did they know that within 10 years they would be living comfortably in their own house overlooking Lake Elsinore and living their lives by "God's design."
In a recently released book called From The Curb To A Castle, author Robert Wessely recounted how he and his homeless family were saved by a "perfect stranger," who picked them up off the streets and let them live in his home for seven months, leading them to God and helping them eliminate all drug and alcohol addictions.
In interviews with The Christian Post, Robert and Melissa Wessely admitted that their lives were in a dark place in the winter of 2004-2005, when they were living night-by-night out of motel rooms, and spent the days begging for money on the streets of Eureka so that they could afford the next night's room. more >>
Pastor Rick Warren's multi-site megachurch will soon celebrate its 35th year of ministry at the Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.
Saddleback Church, an influential congregation that boasts 14 campuses on five continents, will hold a community-wide service on Saturday celebrating the milestone.
In a statement released Wednesday, Pastor Warren said that he and his congregation "thank God for 35 years of blessing our church." more >>
Actor Nick Searcy from the hit television series "Justified" will be directing a film about infamous abortionist Kermit Gosnell who was sentenced to life in prison for committing crimes of infanticide and involuntary manslaughter inside his West Philadelphia abortion clinic.
"There are three aspects to this story that are fascinating — what happened; why it was allowed to happen; and why no one wanted to talk about it after it happened," said Searcy, who plays the role of U.S. Marshal Art Mullen in the FX series, and will direct the $2.2 million crowdfunded film project about Gosnell's "house of horrors" late-term abortion facility.
On May 13, 2013, Gosnell was sentenced to serve life in prison without parole for three counts of first-degree murder for killing babies born alive in his abortion clinic by cutting their spinal cords with scissors. He was also found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the 2009 death of Karnamaya Mongar, a 41-year-old Nepalese refugee who died from a Demerol overdose administered by his untrained and unlicensed staff. more >>
Microsoft has announced that it will be providing free upgrades of its latest upcoming OS, Windows 10, do away with the use of passwords, provide for a faster installation process.
Windows 10, Microsoft's newest iteration in its family of operating systems, will be free for all users for all users during the first year of its launch, around June 2015, even if the existing OS it upgrades is a pirated version.
According to Terry Myerson, Microsoft's OS head, the move to offer free upgrades even for running pirated copies is to "re-engage" users who have been running pirated software from China, and solving the dilemma of the currently 75 percent of PCs in the US that rely on pirated Windows software. more >>