McKayla Maroney sends viewers wild with sexy Instagram video

McKayla Maroney sends viewers wild with sexy Instagram video

McKayla Maroney is best known for being an Olympic gold medalist and for the "not impressed" face she made after winning a silver medal, but now she's showing off her new image on social media. she bad, but her outlook on life badder". "Growing up in the social media world, it's tough", Maroney said in an interview with Seventeen . "I don't mean to freak anybody out". Read More

Moto Unveils New C and C Plus Budget Smartphones Starting at $97

The Moto Z was a great device by Lenovo and Motorola and they are looking to back it up this year with a solid second generation. The latest leak comes in the way of a video of the device, where the Moto X is being presented to the audience along with details of its specifications . Read More

Miss USA pageant kicks off in Las Vegas

Miss USA pageant kicks off in Las Vegas

According to the Miss USA website, McCullough said her title would allow her to be an ambassador in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field for many children, students and women. "As Miss USA, I would love to be able to be that inspiration for our immigrant community", Linnette De Los Santos, who emigrated with her family from the Dominican Republic when she was 5, told The Associated Press days ahead of the competition. Read More

Aric Almirola Captures First Talladega Superspeedway Win in Sparks Energy 300

Aric Almirola Captures First Talladega Superspeedway Win in Sparks Energy 300

Allgaier gave up the lead to Logano on a Logano crossover move, but Almirola got by him. "I should know better", Sadler said after his second-place finish. "We started off the year really strong", Blaney said. "I guess that's really the main focus in the Xfinity Series now", Jones said. Any penalties will be announced midweek, but the typical punishment is 35 driver and owner points , a fine and a three-race crew chief suspension - in this case for Drew Blickensderfer. Read More

This Week Is The Peak Of The Eta Aquariid

This Week Is The Peak Of The Eta Aquariid

The Eta Aquarids meteor shower favors the southern hemisphere, but Alan MacRobert, senior editor of Sky and Telescope magazine, said South Florida is close enough for a moderate show. There are two ways to view the Eta Aquariid meteor shower. "Beause the Water Jar is on the celestial equator - an imaginary great circle directly above the Earth's equator - the radiant of the Eta Aquarid shower rises due east as seen from all over the world". Read More

Zimbabwe is the most highly developed country in Africa - Mugabe

Zimbabwe is the most highly developed country in Africa - Mugabe

Twitter responded to his remarks in customary Twitter style: memes. "You can also call America fragile because, at one time, they went to China on their knees". Our GDP per capita is the lowest in Southern Africa. I think that is completely wrong because there are elements of fragility everywhere."When we talking about fragility we think about countries, in fact, the spinover effects of fragility in one area can outgrow consequences". Read More

Facebook rolls out 'Express Wi-Fi' in India, partners Airtel

Facebook rolls out 'Express Wi-Fi' in India, partners Airtel

Facebook has also announced that they are partnering with Airtel tp launch 20,000 new Express Wi-Fi by Facebook hotspots in "over the next few months". India has a population of around 1.3 billion, but according to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI's) report only 390 million people use internet services and that's the number after Jio effect. Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Feature Dual Camera Setup: KGI Analyst

The device features a 5.8 inch Quad HD+ display screen. The Galaxy S8 series comes with a hybrid SIM slot allowing users to use two SIMs or one microSD and one SIM card. Furthermore, depending on release region the Note 8 reportedly features Samsung's Exynos 8895 processor or the Snapdragon 835. Other details about the handset are not available, but we'll update you as soon as we get to hear more about it. Read More

Western Michigan University's Davis projected to go in first round

They were flanked by general manager Jon Robinson and head coach Mike Mularkey. Instead of a top five, we'll highlight players at these positions who fit the Eagles and have a chance to be available when the team picks. Not only would this, on paper, enable them to enjoy a seamless transition at the most important spot on the football field, but the Chiefs will also save tons of money if they are able to drop Alex Smith's salary in the near future. Read More

Cassini successfully dives between Saturn and its rings

Some of those passages will bring Cassini even closer to the planet as well as the innermost D ring. The gap between the rings and the top of Saturn's atmosphere is about 1,500 miles (2,000 km) wide. Cassini's controlled destruction is meant to make sure there's no contamination of the planet's mysterious moons, such as ice-covered Europa. Although this will end the spacecraft, Saturn's moons will be protected. Read More

Watch the Call of Duty: WWII reveal livestream here

Watch the Call of Duty: WWII reveal livestream here

Call of Duty: WWII is set in the POV of a Texas native, Red Daniels, fighting with a band of brothers throughout. Throughout the series, we've played through some very good campaign modes. In terms of a release date, numerous leaks have suggested Call of Duty WW2 will launch on November 3. Expect to see more of the game in the next coming months, especially at E3, which GQ will be covering from the sweaty game-filled convention centres of Los Angeles this June. Read More

Baahubali: Battle wounds on Prabhas!

Baahubali: Battle wounds on Prabhas!

There is a lot of buzz regarding the part two of " Baahubali " starring Prabhas in the lead. There are Baahubali books, there is a Baahubali animated series streaming on Amazon Video in India, there are talks of Baahubali spin-off films, and at this point no one will dare to doubt the success potential for any of these projects. Read More

Thousands brave rain at Washington science march

Members of the Union for Concerned Scientists pose for photographs with Muppet character Beaker in front of The White House before heading to the National Mall for the March for Science in Washington, DC. The protests have been controversial in some scientific circles but organisers defended the march as crucial. "The enemy of science isn't politics or a party or an ideology or a law - it is bias, and bias is everywhere", said the former co-host of Mythbusters. Read More

Pats still planning to keep Garoppolo

Edge rusher, linebacker and cornerback depth all seem like legitimate needs for the Patriots as they enter the 2017 season. Sure, it seems a bit cavalier and extremely short-sighted to bail on the early part of the draft in the way the Patriots have, but you can also argue that, at least in the short-term, the Patriots will be the big winners here. Read More

Prince fans to mark anniversary of music superstar's death

A time for reflection. He performed a medley that included "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore", "Condition of the Heart", "Diamonds and Pearls" and "The Beautiful Ones". April 21st is his birthday. "How you guys doing out there tonight", the 75-year-old Clinton shouted, before chuckling and adding "this afternoon, I mean". Read More

US spacecraft to take slingshot dive inside Saturn's rings

US spacecraft to take slingshot dive inside Saturn's rings

On April 26, the spacecraft will start a series of 22 dives through the 1,500 mile-wide gap between Saturn and its rings. In 2004, NASA , in a partnership with the European Space Agency and Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (the Italian Space Agency) launched their space probe Cassini to explore the Saturn System. Read More

Nintendo Has A SNES Classic Edition In Development

Nintendo Has A SNES Classic Edition In Development

We can only hope this attempt to focus on one product will result in a readily available supply of SNES Classic Edition consoles. The initial success of the Switch - which works as both a TV-linked console and a portable device - is directly tied to Nintendo's classic video game franchise "The Legend of Zelda", according to analysts. Read More

"Super-Earth" offers chance for life outside solar system

Astronomers estimate the planet to be at least five billion years old - about the same age as the Earth and long enough for life to have evolved. And it may even have an atmosphere. Furthermore, scientists believe that the red dwarf, as we see it today, is emitting less high-energy radiation and spinning slower than other stars of its type, both of which are factors conducive to life. Read More

The Slims River In Canada Disappeared In Just Four Days

The Slims River In Canada Disappeared In Just Four Days

Instead of flowing into the Slims River and then north to the Bering Sea, the water has changed course and now flows south toward the Kaskawulsh River, the Gulf of Alaska and the Pacific Ocean, scientists have found. The river is a major whitewater rafting destination and guides reported that last summer "it was a really different river, much bigger than they'd seen", Shugar said. Read More

Yahoo expects Verizon deal to close in June

Yahoo expects Verizon deal to close in June

A number of other hedge funds have also added to or reduced their stakes in the stock. Henderson Group PLC boosted its stake in Yahoo! by 316.8% in the third quarter. Drama continues to follow Yahoo (YHOO) despite completing the long-awaited sale to Verizon (VZ) in late February 2017. Wall Street analysts expected the tech company to achieve first-quarter non-GAAP net earnings of $0.14 per share. Read More

Russian Federation vetoes United Nations resolution to condemn Syria chemical attack

Russian Federation vetoes United Nations resolution to condemn Syria chemical attack

Mr Trump also backtracked on his criticism of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation at a joint press conference with its secretary general Jens Stoltenberg, saying: "I said it was obsolete; it's no longer obsolete". Despite remarks by both diplomats that their nations have many common interests, Lavrov rehashed an extended list of Russian grievances, from NATO's actions in Kosovo in 1999 to US attempts to remove dictators from Sudan to Libya. Read More

Huge US bomb kills dozens of IS militants in Afghanistan

Over the past year they have largely concentrated on thwarting a surge of attacks by the Taliban, who have captured key districts, such as the Helmand province, which American and British troops had fought bitterly to return to the government. Read More

Here's a First Look at a Project Scorpio Dev Kit

Express reports that analyst Mat Piscatella of NDP thinks the console has the potential to help the Xbox One. Indeed, it appears as if Microsoft is placing too much of its faith upon the fact that the graphics quality brought to bear by the Scorpio console will be enough to induce users to shell out the undoubtedly heavy price required. Read More

Samsung Galaxy S8 Pre-Orders Hit New Heights

Samsung fans seem so excited, but the foldable phones probably would not hit the mass market until the year 2019. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates! The Galaxy S8 is planned to be launched in China in late June. The display is bright and clean and mirror-like. While both the smartphones will be announced on April 19th, we have no confirmation on the date of availability for both the devices. Read More

Nintendo Direct April 12 Livestream

Information on Splatoon 2 has been slowly trickling out, and a public "Testfire" demo period took place late last month. Both Arms and Splatoon 2 are set to come out later this year which makes this ideal timing for new details to drop. Read More