The live feed from the International Space Station was cut for an hour this week, just as the camera was showing what seems to be horseshoe-shaped UFO. Conspiracy theorists are now thinking that this was a deliberate attempt by NASA to hide from the general public evidence of alien life.Read More
The soon-to-open Ark Encounter theme park in Kentucky will need from 300 to 400 employees before it welcomes the public in July, but in order to be considered, an applicant has to be a Christian.Read More
Evangelist Franklin Graham slammed PayPal for cancelling their planned expansion project in North Carolina, calling the company 'hypocrite of the year.' The online payments company pulled out their plans to invest millions of dollars in Charlotte after the state passed the law that PayPal deems is discriminatory.Read More
The placard that a preacher placed in a public area in Manchester has captured the interest of the online community. It lists the sins that would prevent those who commit them from going to heaven.Read More
The first smartwatch from Apple was recently hit by a major problem that saw people with tattoos unable to use the device as the heart rate sensor did not function properly. Others also pointed out that tattoos caused the Apple Watch to lock them out repeatedly and they have to enter a pass code to access the device whenever the screen lights up.Read More
Two men from Colorado and California were arrested and charged by the Department of Justice for selling software that allowed users to breach and access photos on Photobucket, an image and video hosting website.Read More
Apple has remained optimistic about the future of the iPad even though the demand for tablets has cooled worldwide, and recently a number of rumors have pointed towards the company creating a new bigger iPad. This device has been dubbed as the iPad Pro by the Internet but it is not clear if Apple will be able to generate enthusiasm for the device by making it larger to take on tablet/laptop hybrids like the Surface Pro 3 from Microsoft.Read More
Messaging app Snapchat has just revealed how often it has been contacted by law enforcement for information in the United States, making a big step similar to what other Silicon Valley giants like Google and Facebook have done, ABC News has reported.Read More
A recent survey showed that Apple Pay has been encountering problems at checkout counters when users make transactions. In the survey conducted by Phoenix Marketing International, thousands of Apple Pay users were contacted and about 3,000 responded.Read More
A Mennonite criminal defense investigator from Colorado has agreed to testify in a death penalty case after she was jailed for refusing to take the stand because she feared that her testimony could be used to help execute the defendant.
Human rights advocates in Pakistan are expressing concern about the plight of the country's persecuted minority communities after a court ruled on Friday that all citizens must declare their religion when applying for identity documents.