This week’s top new apps include an app that gives you excuses to get out of situations, an app that lets you schedule messages, and Microsoft’s news reader app for iOS, among others.
Levi’s Stadium is one of the most high-powered venues in sports. On Super Bowl Sunday, we’ll see if its network can handle the data-storm caused by throngs of smartphone-wielding fanatics
CNET goes behind the scenes at the most tech-savvy venue in sports, which will soon play host to the NFL championship.
Things took a turn for the worse for Sailfish OS creator Jolla, which announced the cancellation of its tablet plans.
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can’t buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: solar jackets, floating bonsai trees, and more appeared first on Digital Trends .
In a phenomenon that reads more like a bad sitcom joke than a serious theory advanced by people who were born after. you know, Pythagoras, there is a new “flat Earth truther” movement going around. Neil deGrasse Tyson sets them straight The post Watch Neil deGrasse Tyson explain once and for all that the Earth is not flat appeared first on Digital Trends .
Tesla hired a former AMD and Apple engineer to work on its Autopilot system. Jim Keller played a large role in the development of microprocessors that went into millions of electronic devices.
President Obama, who as a candidate was known for his savvy social media use and his ever-present Blackberry, has now pledged $4 billion to fund computer science education in America’s schools. The post President Obama pledges $4 billion in Computer Science for All program appeared first on Digital Trends .
China-based 1More bursts onto the U.S.
Technically Incorrect: Online mortgage provider Quicken Loans wants everyone to use a phone to get a mortgage. Is this asking for trouble?
Conjure up a romantic mood with this marshmallow-scented Stay Puft candle. Plus he’s a lot less threatening than the giant version that attempts to destroy New York City.
The SprayPrinter, now currently on Indiegogo, syncs with your smartphone make painting a mural on your wall as easy as waving your hand back and forth. It’s presumably less expensive than commissioning Banksy to do the job.
Grab a box of Kleenex and get ready to feel all the feels — Gilmore Girls is coming back, and for the last time. On Friday, stars of the hit show confirmed that the cult classic would be making one final hurrah on Netflix.
Do you use fabric softener or dryer sheets? Or do you use both? They actually work a little differently, and the outcomes aren’t exactly the same either, though both get rid of static.
Apple’s illustrious MacBook line is overdue for an upgrade, but with typical Cupertino secrecy surrounding plans, all we can do is speculate, and wonder, about what might be coming down the pipeline.
By November of this year, one candidate will have won the 2016 presidential election, many will have lost, and Facebook will have profited. American elections, which continue to grow more expensive, have learned the power of social media
It’s all too easy for little ones to rack up a giant bill using in-app purchases on Google Play and your Android device, so make sure your account is properly protected.
So if you want to access more than just your smartphone with the tap of your very unique finger, look no further than the TappLock, heralded as the world’s first smart fingerprint padlock. The post The TappLock uses your fingerprint to keep things safe appeared first on Digital Trends .
The UN60JS7000 offers a killer combination of future-proofing, features, picture performance, and price. It’s not the best TV out there, but it does offer some of the best bang for your buck that we’ve seen in some time.
When life gives you hurricanes, make wind energy. The awesome power of Mother Nature is rarely on display more violently than during one of these destructive storms, but now, scientists are learning how to create a silver lining
- Neuroscientists use electrical pulses to brain to curb Tourette syndrome tics
- The best workout clothes
- AT&T and Verizon’s speeds start to recover after launch of unlimited data
- Watch ‘Maze Runner’ for cheap with the T-Mobile Tuesdays app
- Bitcoin’s value crashes and it’s taking other currencies with it
- The iconic Land Rover Defender to make a limited but powerful comeback
- 2018 camera tech trends and predictions
- Nomad’s Wireless Hub charges 5 devices at once – CNET
- Siri will keep you posted with ‘give me the news’ feature – CNET
- Sprint says Verizon customers aren’t very smart – CNET
- Google’s Project Fi offers a sort of unlimited plan – CNET
- Kodak Super 8 camera simplifies filming on actual film — but at a cost
- Samsung unveils special Note 8 for PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games
- Troubled Flash solo movie may be getting not one, but two directors
- Airbus casts doubt on A380’s future – CNET
- Microsoft’s E3 2018 showcase may break from the typical formula
- Google Project Fi will no longer charge you for more than 6GB of data
- New pop-up test could help squash spam messages on WhatsApp
- Instagram and Google are buzzkills for dispensaries (The 3:59, Ep. 340) – CNET
- 2018 Detroit Auto Show debuts: All the new cars, trucks, and concepts – Roadshow
- Microsoft’s reportedly ready to revive the Fable franchise – CNET
- NASA saw that blazing, earth-shaking meteor fireball – CNET
- Here’s how to watch Nintendo’s Switch ‘interactive experience’ reveal
- Zuckerberg’s Facebook post pressures Congress to act on DACA – CNET
- No coastline? No problem with the eco-friendly floating Unit Surf Pool
- Challenge the cold in Stio’s new collection of Polartec Power Wool baselayers
- Brave browser begins million-dollar token giveaway – CNET
- All the new cars at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show – Roadshow
- Use artificial intelligence to freshen your room with the Noso diffuser
- The Surface Book 2 is on the way to the UK and Australia – CNET
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