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Monthly archives: April, 2016

Edit, sign, append, and save with 9 of our favorite PDF editors

PDF editors are more than abundant online, and though the selection is robust, finding a solid solution with the tools you need can be tough. Check out our top picks for the best premium and freemium PDF editors, so you can edit no matter your budget or OS. The post Edit, sign, append, and save with 9 of our favorite PDF editors appeared first on Digital Trends


What Apple Music can learn from Tidal – CNET

Commentary: The streaming music service co-owned by Jay Z, Beyonce and Kanye West can teach Apple a thing or two about thinking outside of the box.


Delve into the world of auteur game design with 15 of the best indie games

Some of the best video games these days are made by independent studios. Here is our list of some of the best, whether you like difficult dungeon crawlers or meditative adventures. The post Delve into the world of auteur game design with 15 of the best indie games appeared first on Digital Trends


Remember radio? Pirates sure do

It’s easy and inexpensive to start a pirate radio station. Licensed broadcasters and lawmakers are concerned. FCC enforcement is hampered by budgets.


Go speed gamer, go! – CNET

From CNET Magazine: Twitch fans love watching speedrunners blast through their favorite video games in record time.


Nissan recalls over 3 million US vehicles for airbag issues – Roadshow

This airbag recall has nothing to do with the Takata recall, but it’s no less troublesome.


Vaporwheels: 10 insane cars too ambitious for reality

Vaporware products exist in nearly every industry — gaming, computing, photography, and film.


You can now use Siri to unlock your August lock, but you’ll probably rarely need to

August’s newest smart lock is HomeKit compatible, meaning you can ask Siri to unlock your door for you or unlock your door remotely, provided you have a fourth-generation Apple TV. The post You can now use Siri to unlock your August lock, but you’ll probably rarely need to appeared first on Digital Trends .


‘Game of Thrones’ is a big part of our cultural Lexicon – CNET

Podcast: We’ve returned! And we’re so ready to discuss Lexicon and “Game of Thrones,” so beware all the spoilers.


Itching for a look at Star Wars: Episode VIII? Director Rian Johnson delivers again

Rian Johnson is winning himself points with Star Wars fans.


‘Boom!’ Prince Harry one-ups the Obamas on Twitter – CNET

A little transatlantic trash talk raises awareness for the upcoming Invictus Games.


Bragi Dash review

Loaded with sensors and smarts, the Dash barreled into the fully wireless earbud market with all the potential in the world. But their temperamental nature gives us cause to pause


Computer Deals of the Week: April 29, 2016

This week in computer hardware deals, you can get a Surface 3 for $600 off, in addition to sales on HP’s GTX 980 Ti equipped gaming rig, 5K iMacs, and a few more deals that will have your wallets thanking you. The post Computer Deals of the Week: April 29, 2016 appeared first on Digital Trends


‘Ghostbusters’ trailer ranks among ‘most disliked’ videos on YouTube – CNET

The Internet gives Sony Pictures a big thumbs-down, with the trailer garnering almost half a million votes. But, YouTube users appear to be even more averse to Justin Bieber videos.


Star Wars Day bonuses revealed for Battlefront, The Old Republic – CNET

EA outlines what special events are taking place between now and May 4.


Don’t blink: Google smart lens device would be injected directly into eyeball

Smart lenses may be making headlines, but Google wants to take things a step further. The company just filed a patent for a lens that is injected in your eyeball. The device would mostly be used for vision improvement.


Samsung cooks up crazy prototype gadgets like VR camera necklaces, helmet speakers – CNET

But we’re not going to be able to buy these anytime soon. The gadgets and software come from its C-Lab that lets employees experiment.


What’s Apple planning to do with the 70,000-square-foot chip fab it recently bought?

Steady shipments of advanced equipment are arriving at a facility Apple bought back in December, leaving analysts wondering just what the company is up to. Are they prototyping processors? Or something else entirely


Salesforce Brings Lightning to Government Cloud

Salesforce on Thursday launched Government Cloud Lightning for government agencies, contractors and federally funded R&D centers.


Just what is Apple planning to do with the 70,000 fab building it recently bought?

Steady shipments of advanced equipment are arriving at a facility Apple bought back in December, leaving analysts wondering just what the company is up to.


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