Kids from around the globe have chosen Esteban, an extraordinary 8-year-old, as the global winner of Nickelodeon’s Together For Good competition for his project, Mini Doctor. Since the age of six, Esteban has been utilizing his bi-lingual Spanish and English language skills to help foreign doctors communicate with kids and families in his home country of Guatemala.
President Barack Obama sought Thursday to reassure Americans they face no ”credible” terror threat, as US authorities began a review of the visa system that let one of the San Bernardino shooters into the country.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert helped deliver his infant daughter Thursday morning as fiancee and musician Teyana Taylor gave birth in a bathroom, she posted on social media.
According to Kaspersky Lab, 2015 marked the moment when demand for new malicious programs reached saturation point, as the number of new malware files detected every day by its products fell by 15,000, from 325,000 in 2014 to 310,000.
Gearing up for CES, the wearables trend continues to rise and cause feverish excitement for 2016. Newcomer neyya launched their digital companion smart ring in November, partnered with a long list of high-end retailers, as industry veterans Microsoft and Apple made announcements for a smart ring patents.
The Tanner family is back…but the house is a little Fuller this time around. On Friday, February 26 Netflix will debut the 13-episode spinoff, Fuller House, in all territories where Netflix is available.
Vin Diesel’s popular movie character, Riddick, is heading to the small screen as the actor signed a pact with Universal to develop a series based on the sci-fi franchise.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving said Wednesday on Twitter he will not make his NBA season debut Thursday night in a home game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Unbeaten Cuban Rances Barthelemy fights for his second world title on Friday when he faces Russian southpaw Denis Shafikov in Las Vegas for the vacant International Boxing Federation lightweight crown.
Puerto Rico’s late boxing legend Hector ”Macho” Camacho was among nine people announced on Wednesday as the newest inductees into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.