The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup appeared at the 2016 Paris Motor Show with several updates, including a more powerful engine. Porsche says the GT3 Cup is the most-produced race car of its type. The post Porsche’s ubiquitous 911 GT3 Cup race car gets an upgrade to 485 hp appeared first on Digital Trends .
Apple’s new iPhone 7 might not have the explosive problems and double as a high-tech hand grenade like Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, but it sure seems to suffer from connectivity issues. The post Bugs aplenty: iPhone 7 connectivity issues mount as sales continue to swell appeared first on Digital Trends .
Social media has been Trump’s greatest asset, but could also be his downfall.
Phil Spencer discusses the price for the “most powerful console ever made.”
In a next step toward full vehicle autonomy, California now allows driverless shuttles testing in a private office park to cross public roads.
The latest drone flyover of Apple’s new UFO-shaped “Campus 2” shows the Cupertino giant’s new home in the final phases of construction.
Sony’s new Alpha Universe web portal features expanded educational content for photographers, a biweekly podcast, and a section dedicated to the new Alpha Imaging Collective, which promotes influential photographers using Sony cameras.
Something tells me that if Salesforce already leaked news about its new AI product, Einstein, that it might not be the biggest news that will emerge from Dreamforce next week. However, I also think Einstein will be involved in whatever is the big takeaway. Salesforce has become rather large, with $8 billion-plus in revenue.
Google’s Jakarta office has been raided by Indonesian authorities after a warning was issued when the company refused a tax audit.
To make great coffee you need filtered water and fresh beans. To make coffee look great, you need ThinkGeek’s Star Wars R2-D2 Coffee Press.
Wrapping up its mission, the spacecraft has landed at its resting place on Comet 67P.
Photographer Karl Taylor goes behind the scenes with Ralph Young, the director of sales at LEE Filters, to show how the company hand-produces its high quality DSLR lens filters from beginning to end.
From a cellist who plays the violin between his legs, to a “happy accident” that filled dead air with an orchestra, Rachael Yamagata’s recording process for Tightrope Walker was anything but ordinary. The post Streaming finds new fans, but what pays the bills?
The Rio furniture line uses 3D printing and evolutionary algorithms to give each items its own unique flourish. If you like good design and cutting-edge tech, this is the table and chairs for you. The post Evolution of furniture: Genetic algorithms, 3D printing create unique pieces appeared first on Digital Trends
Rock Band series developer Harmonix showcased a new version of its in-development virtual reality experience Rock Band VR this week, revealing that the finished product will be compatible with legacy guitar peripherals when it ships later this year. The post ‘Rock Band VR’ first-person rhythm game compatible with legacy guitar controllers appeared first on Digital Trends .
Donald Trump unleashes a Twitter storm on the former Miss Universe and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. There’s no evidence a sex tape exists.
Eat that, Ford Raptor.
It looks like Google isn’t too worried about the success of the Google Home hardware — what it really wants is for the software inside of it to do well. The company is reportedly encouraging other companies to build their own Google Home clones.
The team behind Tilt Brush isn’t resting on their laurels. They have teased a handful of new features for the popular VR painting app, including multiplayer, poseable manikins, and a magic brush that peels back reality. The post Tilt Brush team teases multiplayer mode, manikins, and sparkly mustaches, all in VR appeared first on Digital Trends
In Dishonored 2, players can chain non-lethal attacks with the Domino power or use the Rewire tool to incapacitate robots.
- Oh, it’s that guy! You know these actors’ faces, we’ll tell you their names
- Facebook suspends Cambridge Analytica for misuse of personal data
- Facebook’s Express Wi-Fi offers internet service to developing countries
- A typo in ‘Civilization VI’ game code can ‘yeild’ some strange A.I. behavior
- Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and Trump: What you need to know – CNET
- Do more with your drone: 5 things you can do with a UAV (aside from taking photos)
- Data of 50M Facebook users obtained by Trump-linked firm – CNET
- US Navy launches submarine maneuvered by Xbox controller – CNET
- Industry insider advises Spotify to look to Netflix for inspiration
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs. Apple iPhone X: Tough competition at the top
- Severe solar storms could stop self-driving cars dead in their tracks
- In bid to compete with Amazon, Walmart files patents for farming drones
- Shure’s $3,000 KSE1500 headphones make for an ear-opening experience – CNET
- NASA’s planet-hunting deep space telescope is about to run out of fuel
- NCAA upset kings UMBC share close relationship with Fortnite – CNET
- Computers can’t keep shrinking, but they’ll keep getting better. Here’s how
- New Windows 10 Skip Ahead build forces Mail app users to open links in Edge
- Cosmetics giant L’Oreal buys AR beauty company ModiFace
- Video of skilift malfunction shows skiers being violently flung into the air
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- VW electric Pikes Peak race car has shades of I.D. – Roadshow
- How to make GIFs with Photoshop (or these free alternatives)
- How to make coasters that connect guests to your Wi-Fi with a single tap
- March Madness indeed! UVA goes down and all brackets go bust – CNET
- Facebook bans Trump-linked campaign data firm – CNET
- CNET Asks: Are you excited about the new Fitbit Versa? – CNET
- It’s only business: BlackBerry Motion vs. LG G6 camera shootout
- SmartThings ADT Home Security Starter Kit Review
- Boeing’s new 737 MAX 7 airplane completes first test flight – CNET
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