Apple is reportedly readying a significant update for the Apple Watch with new software and hardware additions.
Just a month after the release of the first-gen Apple Watch, Apple is said to be preparing Watch OS 1.0, a major update of the wearable's software and hardware geared to enhance the device's security.
The update is also set to improve the Apple Watch's health and fitness capabilities, as well as its connectivity with other Apple devices, Wi-Fi features, and its integration with third party applications. more >>
Jeremy Lin is reflecting on his strenuous NBA season and asking fans to help him deal with the frustrations he's felt as a result.
Lin, the 26-year-old Los Angeles Lakers point guard, missed the playoffs this season but he's still praising God and thanking fans who joined his digital prayer group during a tumultuous basketball season.
"Praise God for helping me through this past season. Also, thank God for all you prayer warriors," Lin said in an email addressed to his prayer group which reads "Jeremy's Prayer Requests 8." more >>
A parent of a female student expressed outrage after a visual arts professor of University of California, San Diego, allegedly required that all his students take their final exam for his class completely in the nude.
Ricardo Dominguez, an associate professor of visual arts at the UCSD who teaches a course, called "Performing for the Self," said 20 students strip down, including him, according to ABC 10 News.
It's a class that "focuses on the history of body art and performance art in relation to the question of the self or subjectivity," he added. more >>
The Episode VII team has released what appears to be concept art for Lupita Nyong'o's character, Maz Kanata in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
An image has made its way online that's reported to be concept art for Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o's CGI pirate character, Maz Kanata, from "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens."
Indie Revolver released the first exclusive look of what the online publication claims is Maz Kanata, a poster some netizens have been calling a racist representation of the mysterious female pirate queen. more >>
A fan of Chris Brown reportedly broke into his home Thursday and vandalized his property, but the rapper who just finished serving six years probation for physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend said he chose to pray for the woman he found naked in his bed after she allegedly trashed the belongings of his daughter and dog.
Brown, the 26-year-old R&B star, returned to his Los Angeles home Thursday where he found the words "I love you" plastered on a wall and the hinges removed from the doors where Amira Ayeb, 21, entered and reportedly left her mark. The singer gave an account of the events that took place on his Instagram page, while posting a photograph of Ayeb.
"I get home and find this crazy individual in my house. She had broken the hinges off the doors," Brown wrote in a post that has since been removed. "She found time to cook several meals. She wrote 'I love you' on the walls." more >>
An English professor at California State University-Northridge, who was raised by two lesbian mothers, claims that the federal government could be liable for paying "reparations" to thousands of children raised by same-sex parents due to the emotional damage suffered from being deprived of opposite-sex parents.
Professor Robert Oscar Lopez, who is openly bisexual and also married, wrote in an op-ed for the American Thinker that somewhere between 100,000 and 500,000 children could be placed in homes with same-sex parents in the next 15 years as a result of state and federal governments' growing acceptance of same-sex marriage and same-sex parenting.
"Whatever the numbers of kids being raised in gay homes might be right now, with the rise of gay marriage, there was a rise in kids being raised by gay couples," Lopez wrote. "Those responsible for gay marriage will be responsible for thousands upon thousands of individual children who would not have been raised by same-sex couples were it not for actions taken by the government." more >>