The Muslim teen in Texas who was arrested on Monday for bringing a homemade clock to school has gained support from the public and even from high-profile individuals.
Ahmed Mohamed, 14, was arrested and suspended when he brought his homemade electronic clock to MacArthur High School to impress his teacher — a move that has been widely slammed as a form of religious discrimination. However, encouragement and support poured out for the Muslim teen, and even U.S. President Barack Obama, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, and NASA scientist Bobak Ferdowski echoed the sentiment, according to Fox News.
Ahmed Mohamed was handcuffed when he brought the homemade clock to school because the officials at the Texas school thought it was a bomb. The incident quickly became viral on social media and Mohamed's supporters have tweeted the hashtag #IStandWithAhmed over a million times by Wednesday evening. more >>
Honda Motor Co. has unveiled the new 2016 Civic small car on Wednesday as part of its effort to revive the sedan model amid the rising popularity of sport utility vehicles (SUVs).
The 2016 Honda Civic will be launched worldwide, despite many consumers ignoring sedan-type cars in favor of SUVs. The 10th-generation of the model will boast of a sportier exterior and highly improved interior, according to Reuters.
The all-new Honda Civic will also offer automatic emergency braking, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto connectivity as part of the standard features or as added components, the report details. more >>
Apple chief Tim Cook has teased that future iOS versions may allow users to delete unwanted default apps.
A lot of Apple device users have complained that they could not get rid of preinstalled apps that have no use for them such as Stocks and Voice memos. Some have gotten around this problem by moving all unwanted preinstalled apps in one folder and filing it away from the home screen, but iOS may soon have a solution for this, according to NDTV.
In an interview with Buzzfeed, Cook explained that removing default apps is a complicated process because it may affect other components of the iPhone system. But because Apple wants its consumers to be happy, the company is already looking into it and will find an appropriate solution for the problem. more >>
Pre-orders for Motorola's Moto X Style and Moto 360 have already started in the United Kingdom via the online store of the phone company.
The pre-order for the Moto X Style and Moto 360 came in the wake of the Moto X Play. The delivery date for the Moto X Style is estimated to be on Oct. 6, according to Engadget.
The Moto X Style comes with a 5.7-inch QHD screen and runs a 1.8 gigahertz Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chip. It also boasts of a 21-megapixel rear snapper with what the company claims to be one of this year's best smartphone camera sensors, Techno Buffalo reports. more >>
Rumors about Ford resurrecting the decommissioned Bronco have surfaced last year, and now the American automaker will reportedly announce the release date of the 2016 Ford Bronco soon.
The Ford Bronco has been out of sight for two decades, but it seems that fans will see an updated version of the decommissioned vehicle soon. The official release date of the 2016 Ford Bronco will be revealed during the 2016 Detroit Car Show, according to Christian Today.
One of the rumored specs of the 2016 Ford Bronco is a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine with 420 horsepower, which can be changed to a 4.0-liter Powerstroke diesel V6 engine with 330 horsepower and 645 lb.-ft. of torque. It will also have another version that will come with a powerful 5.8-liter supercharged V8 engine with 662 horsepower and 631 lb.-ft. of torque, Cars Concept 2016 reports. more >>
The Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 has been creating a buzz around the Internet with leaked specs and features, and the latest rumor says the new-generation Mi Pad will be released in two variants.
Based on the most recent leaks, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 will come in both Android and Windows 10 variants. In addition, the new tablet will sport a bigger screen compared with its predecessor that has a 9.7-inch display, according to the Venture Capital Post.
The announcement of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 has been long due, as the first Mi Pad wash launched in March last year. But it is not surprising that Xiaomi is taking its time in announcing the official details about its next-gen Mi Pad, since the firm also took a long time before it announced the Redmi Note 2, Android Headlines reports. more >>