It has barely been a year since Apple launched its latest iPhones, the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus, but rumors are already rife about the company already working on its next flagship smartphone, the iPhone 7. The latest leak according to a report in Forbes comes courtesy of Japanese blog Macokatara, which claims that the next iPhone will not have the "Smart Connector" feature that is Apple's most recent innovation among its devices.
Bernie Sanders vs. Hillary Clinton: Fox Invites Candidates to Additional Democratic Presidential Debate -Trouble Brewing in the Democratic Party
Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders accepted the invitation from Fox News to participate in another Democratic debate that may happen anytime before the June 7 primaries. Fox News will host the debate and it is proposed to be held in California, one of the states participating in the primaries. Sanders' campaign manager however said that their acceptance of the invitation will be dependent on "mutual agreement" with Hillary Clinton in terms of the format, the moderators, amo
An assistant professor for finance of the University of Houston was among those arrested in a sting operation out targeting a huge synthetic drug ring operating in Texas and possibly in nearby states as well. According to a report in Washington Times, Omar Maher Al Nasser, 36, has been indicted for two criminal counts, in the Southern District of Texas. He is joined by 15 other individuals who were all named in the indictment.
Darwin, Australia seems to be dealing with a problem of saltwater crocodiles that becoming more and more vicious and fearless as the days go by. A few days ago, two men who were vacationing from Bendigo, Victoria, went mud crabbing in Leaders Creek, Darwin. Their vacation ended in tragedy for one of the men, who drowned when a group of crocodiles attacked them on their boat, causing it to turn over. The other man, a 72-year old, made use of a spanner and spark plugs to fend off the attacking rep
Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai, will be hosting the Keynote at the company's biggest developer conference, the Google I/O 2016, on Wednesday, May 18, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. The conference will run from May 18 to 20 and will gather thousands of developers at the outdoor venue that is said to hold up to 22,500 participants.
A district court has finally issued an order for schools in the school district of Cleveland, Mississippi to desegregate. This decision comes 50 years after a group of 131 students and their parents filed an action suit against Bolivar County, which is now known as the Cleveland School District, claiming that the county was still operating schools "on a racially segregated basis," according to a report in CNN.
Regular churchgoing contributes to a longer lifespan, according to a new study that was released recently. According to a report in CNN, study researchers looked at data from the 75,000 nurses who participated in the Nurses Health Study in the United States. All the respondents were middle-age women who were in the nursing profession.
Applicants to jobs in any branch of the U.S. federal government will soon be subject to a review of their social media posts as part of the government's security clearance process, according to a report in Digital Trends. This new policy will allow federal agencies to take a look at any prospective employee's posts on various social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the like. The policy will be up for adoption soon, said the Office of the Director of National Intelligence,
In an unprecedented move by the Communist Party of China, its official press has released statements about the controversial Cultural Revolution, a few days after the 50th anniversary of one of the most prominent events in Chinese history. According to a report in The Guardian, the Communist Party and the Chinese government did not issue any official announcement to mark the event's 50 years last May 16. Come May 17, Tuesday, however, the party-run press published two short editorials that menti
The political situation in Venezuela has gone from bad to worse. Last Friday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro declared a state of emergency in the country because of what he called "plots against Venezuela from within Venezuela" and from the outside, particularly from the United States, which he said is out to "subvert him," according to a report in The Inquisitr.