CHARLOTTE — Southern Evangelical Seminary's 21st Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics shined a light on the problem of Internet pornography with Enough is Enough CEO and President Donna Rice Hughes calling it a pandemic.
"The Internet pornography pandemic has become one of the greatest global threats to children, marriages, families and nations. No one is immune," said Hughes in her Saturday speech.
Citing peer reviewed research, Hughes noted that Internet porn harms children and leads to addiction, divorce and violence against women. It also contributes to the growing sex trafficking industry. more >>
Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division was featured at Eurogamer Expo last month and brand art director Rodrigo Cortes talked about the game's highlights, which were all featured in the new gameplay trailer.
Described as a post-apocalyptic, third person shooter MMO, "The Division" has this premise according to the game's official website.
"In the wake of a devastating pandemic that sweeps through New York City, basic services fail one by one, and without access to food and water, the city quickly descends into chaos. As a last resort, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents known as The Division is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, The Division agents are trained to operate independent of command when all else fails," the website states. more >>
Twitter allegedly blocked a new online campaign designed to support the Houston pastors who were subpoenaed by the city's lawyers demanding that they turn over their sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or the city's first openly lesbian mayor, Annise Parker.
The #HoustonWeHaveAProblem campaign and petition were created by Faith Driven Consumer, the same organization that supported and helped to reinstate Phil Robertson to "Duck Dynasty" after he was thrown off the show for his comments about homosexuality surfaced from a GQ interview.
This latest campaign launched yesterday using the website HoustonProblem.com demands that the city of Houston "cease and desist all bullying and other offensive actions" against a group of pastors who are victims this harassment being perpetrated by the local government. Twitter blocked it minutes after the launch. more >>
The previous HTC Desire 816 smartphone may have flew under the radar in most of the western countries like the U.S. and U.K. However, it went well within the Asian region particularly in India and China. With its plastic case, but a solid design and full features, it became a go-to for those users who are looking for low to mid-range priced handsets.
But that has yet to change as the Taiwanese tech giant later on reiterated the Desire line with its newly-launched HTC Desire 820. And it is now set to surely catch any smartphone user's attention with a more powerful processor and camera, as well as better build.
Unveiled in September, the HTC Desire 820 is reported to hit the shelves later this month or earlier November, as the article from IB Times indicated. more >>
Early September, Samsung announced their newest array of smartphones including the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge.
As reported, the Galaxy Note 4, being the direct reiteration of last year's Galaxy Note 3, will arrive in stores starting the mid of October. Meanwhile, the Note Edge still hasn't been given an accurate release date, until yesterday.
Gottabemobile reported that earlier this week, Japanese carriers have confirmed an October release for the curved display smartphone. The tech media outlet further said that the Samsung tech giant did confirmed the October date for the Japanese markets. more >>
Luxury and style seem to be BlackBerry's entrance ticket into the already stiff smartphone competition. Reports from Crackberry pointed out a set of leaked images showing a black colored, with gold-trimmings, BlackBerry Passport.
The so-called business smartphone from the Canada-based tech company has been first unveiled with single-colored Piano Black and Porcelain White. Now it is flaunting with golden side bezels (including the upper power and volume buttons).
The leaked images of the Golden Blackberry Passport Edition show that the device is pictured in a retail store. One of the images has also been watermarked with "ParisRoseGold." Paris Rose Gold is a firm known for manufacturing luxurious editions of popular handsets for other companies. more >>