The next time you see a snake in your backyard, snap a photo and send it to What the Herp.
Ferrari has seen its fair share of ups and downs since it was founded in 1947, but there’s not a single car wearing with the Prancing Horse emblem that’s not drool-worthy. We’ve singled out the 15 most impressive ones.
The popular messaging service WhatsApp suffered outtages on New Year’s Eve. The company says that it has resolved the issues, though some users are still reporting problems
Smartphones changed our lives, and they’re changing the way we shop for a car. The best car-selling apps let users find unbeatable deals without leaving the comfort of their couch.
Tired of relying on cords and dongles to make the most of your Android Auto experience? Well, those days may be coming to an end at JVC has announced that it plans to unveil a wireless Android Auto receiver at CES 2018. The post JVC to unveil wireless Android Auto receiver at CES 2018 appeared first on Digital Trends
You didn’t misread that — PC gaming giant Sid Meier’s Civilization VI is available now, in its entirety, for iPad. All of history is now at your fingertips. The post ‘Civilization VI’ for iPad brings the full sweep of history to your fingertips appeared first on Digital Trends .
Check out our roundup of the best new 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: Seaweed straws, graphene batteries, better bits appeared first on Digital Trends .
Ideal for anyone that likes to save time when visiting the grocery store, more Kroger customers will soon be able to scan items with their smartphone and skip long checkout lines via mobile checkout. The post You may soon be able to skip the grocery checkout line at Kroger appeared first on Digital Trends .
Comma.ai wants to open-source the software that allows cars to drive themselves. It’s an ambitious effort from a well-regarded software hacker — but can even someone like George Hotz make it happen
AT&T announced that its first responder network, FirstNet, has received the support of all 50 states, in addition to two territories and District of Columbia. The first responder network has its genesis following the events of 9/11
MacOS is known for its simplicity, but that doesn’t mean every facet of the operating system is easy to figure out.
Google Lens has been integrated into the Google Assistant on Pixel smartphones.
Expanding the media player capabilities of the Xbox One even further, an early version of Kodi has launched on the Xbox One store, just without all the bells and whistles of the PC version.
Show your Star Wars pride with a room (or house) full of functional memorabilia. From toasters to pillows, there’s more Star Wars home decor items than you’ll know what to do with
Looking for the best new music? We’ll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week are worthy of your attention
Google’s penguin siblings are back to ring in the new year with “sparklers in hand” and “fireworks overhead.”
Researchers are baffled by a chemical reaction that causes paintings to fade, and now they hope some high-tech help will tell them why. Conservationists will use 3D imaging to try and preserve 20th century masterpieces. The post Experts hope high-tech 3D image analysis will help save deteriorating paintings appeared first on Digital Trends .
Telegram CEO Pavel Durov says it’s unclear if the ban on the messaging app is permanent or temporary.
Need something to watch this weekend? Check out our list of the best new shows and movies to stream right now.
It’s been said that good artists borrow, but great artists steal. That’s true nowhere more than in game design.
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- Facebook suspends Cambridge Analytica for misuse of personal data
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- Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and Trump: What you need to know – CNET
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- Data of 50M Facebook users obtained by Trump-linked firm – CNET
- US Navy launches submarine maneuvered by Xbox controller – CNET
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- Severe solar storms could stop self-driving cars dead in their tracks
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- 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
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- March Madness indeed! UVA goes down and all brackets go bust – CNET
- Facebook bans Trump-linked campaign data firm – CNET
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- It’s only business: BlackBerry Motion vs. LG G6 camera shootout
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- Boeing’s new 737 MAX 7 airplane completes first test flight – CNET
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