An unauthorized book about the TV series "Star Trek" claims that a fight between Captain Kirk and an alien who had taken the form of Jesus Christ was originally in the script for "Star Trek: The Motion Picture."
The book, The Fifty-Year Mission: The First 25 Years, which is being released as fans await the summer movie "Star Trek Beyond," reveals that the 1979 movie, written by series creator Gene Roddenberry in 1975, ended with Kirk encountering an alien who had "assumed the image of Jesus Christ." That encounter then led to a fist fight on a bridge that had Kirk punching the Savior in the face.
It further claims that Paul McCartney, Barry Diller and John F. Kennedy were also written into the script. more >>
"Pokemon GO" is currently now out for iOS and Android in the US and other select countries.
Nintendo's Mobile Augmented Reality (AR) "Pokemon GO" first rolled out to app stores in Japan, Australia and New Zealand yesterday. The US iOS App Store version and Android Play Store version of the game is now live and players can now proceed to begin their journey as Pokemon Masters.
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A new leak reveals that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is going to ship with a new and improved S-Pen.
The South Korean tech giant's awaited smartphone will reportedly have a Bluetooth-improved S-Pen stylus. An internal Samsung memo was apparently leaked and adds that the S-pen has been re-designed and has new improved features for the Galaxy Note 7.
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Google is reportedly working on not just one, but two Android Wear watches.
The rumored smartwatches may possibly be branded under Nexus. The difference between the two devices is that one will be bigger with more features and the other could possibly be smaller and budget-friendly.
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University of Texas Researchers says that the laws of physics pretty much get in the way of making invisibility cloaks.
Sorry, Harry Potter fans. The Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas stated that while it is possible to cloak certain smaller sized objects, invisibility cloaks big enough to hide humans may not be possible.
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Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI analyst famous for being an accurate forecaster of Apple's development, has predicted yet again that both the 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air will no longer be evolved by the Cupertino-based company. And because of this, MacBook enthusiasts are now open in discussing the death of the MacBook Air series.
The MacBook Air started in 2008 with a price of $1,799. Apple fans were astonished by its release considering how cheap it was compared with its superior sibling, the MacBook Pro. It showcased a 13-inch screen and a surprisingly lighter body and design. Although these were all shockers for computer fans, Apple didn't entirely focus on updating the series.
The MacBook Air still holds the title of the most reliable and most merchandisable market-friendly-priced laptop. This year, on the other hand, the MacBook Pro 2016 took the title as Apple's new flagship laptop. more >>