Police have joined in the search for an Apple prototype that went missing from a tequila bar last month. The Apple employees tracked the phone using it’s GPS systems to the home of Sergio Calderon, however they were unable to locate the device. Last year a prototype of the iPhone 4 went missing from a San Francisco beer garden and landed in the hands of the guys at Gizmodo. I’m thinking that Apple employees might need to rethink heading out for a drink after work when they have new technology in their pocket.
‘Glee’ actress Heather Morris and photographer Tyler Shields are the subject of a hot debate about the depiction of domestic violence this week. The photos show Heather Morris with a black eye and wrists bound with the chord of an iron being held by an obviously male hand. While I’m not one to condone censorship of any form, I think perhaps the young actress should have thought twice about the message that this sends to her audience. Domestic violence in any form is not to be glorified.
It seems as if the GOP presidential race is starting to heat up. Rick Perry seems to be leading the pack against Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann. Perry and Bachmann are considerably farther right than Romney, however Romney is a far less controversial contender. Bachmann has faced scrutiny over her anti-LGBT views and Perry has been chided for his prayer rallies being used as a platform for his political ideology.
The Texas wildfires have claimed the lives of a mother and her 18 month old baby in Bastrop county. Currently facing 3.5 million acres of burning wildfire since November, Texas is seeing the worst fire season in its history. The National Weather Service has maintained warnings across most of the state, with heat, low humidity, and high gusts of winds continuing to feed the fires. Officials are now bringing in Black Hawk helicopters to aid in the dropping of water.
Police in the UK are believed to have obtained two hackers from the Anonymous and LulzSec organizations. Both hacking groups have taken credit for breaching electronic security of Sony, Bank of America, Nintendo, and the US government among other companies. The suspects are 20 and 24 years old. Can’t we convince these guys to hack into Amazon to get us free stuff?
Professional football player and hall of famer Lee Roy Selmon died on Sunday after a stroke. Selmon was the first draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ever, and wore jersey number 63. With six Pro Bowls, all time leader of sacks and forced fumbles for the Bucs, two national and three All-American titles while at Oklahoma University, Selmon will be missed in the world of football and all over for the examples he set in sportsmanship.