Ready to move beyond the boring pre-installed fonts inside Photoshop? Here’s how to install fonts in Photoshop, using either a downloaded font or Adobe Typekit, for both Mac and PC users
Samsung, LG, Huawei, and plenty of other tech companies make great smartphones; but they don’t make good music. Yet they continue to try.
Developed by engineers at MIT, the “body on a chip” is made up of a microfluid medium that connects tissues engineered from up to 10 different organs, allowing it to mimic mechanisms of the human body for weeks on end. The post Drug testing could get a boost from MIT’s ‘body on a chip’ appeared first on Digital Trends .
The Minnesota Twins became the latest MLB to adopt Blast Motion technology throughout its organization. Using a sensor and app, Blast Motion brings real-time swing analytics to in-game data capture for postgame analysis. The post Minnesota Twins go deep into analytics with adoption of Blast Motion bat sensor appeared first on Digital Trends
The Midland PPG100 portable power station offers 950 watt-hours of energy in a 25-pound package, giving it enough juice to recharge laptops, tablets, and smartphones while also running lights, a TV, and a mini-refrigerator. The post This portable power station can keep a mini-fridge running for up to 2 days appeared first on Digital Trends .
Data analytics firm is at the center of a scandal over its misuse of Facebook data during the 2016 US election.
What the flock? This airport security employee had to put his foot down: Floatie birds need to be scanned, even if they’re not flying anywhere.
News of Alex Stamos’ intended departure comes as Facebook deals with the fallout over the consultancy Cambridge Analytica, and its misuse of Facebook user data.
Google wants to make it a little easier to manage your podcasts straight through the Google app, and has added a few new features to the app to help make that happen. Now it’s easier than ever to keep on top of DT Daily! The post Google is making it easier to manage your podcasts straight from the Google app appeared first on Digital Trends .
Researchers at University of Texas at Dallas have created a new 3D-printed dissolving microneedle array, which could offer a painless alternative to injections for those who hate needles. The post Hate needles
Suck face! This weirdly egotistical sucker, called “Face Licker,” is much sweeter than a selfie. And way more disturbing.
A California legislator has fleshed out the details in legislation that would provide comprehensive Net neutrality protection. A number of states have taken steps to counter the FCC’s rollback of federal regulations governing broadband Internet traffic. Sen
Chicken dinner to go.
Won’t you be his neighbor? Tune in this week to revisit the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
Volkswagen is taking full advantage of the booming SUV market with a second version of its recently-introduced Atlas. This new variant will have five seats, instead of the current model’s seven.
The U.S. executive branch issued an executive order prohibiting the use or purchase of Venezuela’s Petro cryptocurrency, claiming it was issued unlawfully in an effort to circumvent U.S. sanctions against Venezuela
The award eluded the late theoretical physicist, but his last paper on alternate universes could be a game-changer.
Today’s A/V receivers are packed with lots of advanced technology and just plain cool features. From understanding watt ratings to Wi-Fi, we explain how to buy one that will last you years in our ultimate A/V receiver buying guide.
This morning, HTC announced the pricing details for it’s new VR headset, the Vive Pro. The upgraded headset will cost $800 when it ships on April 5, with pre-orders starting today.
Leonard Nimoy’s pointy Spock ears from “Star Trek III” warped onto an online auction site and could end up in a Trekkie’s hands.
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- Ear plugs at the ready? The horror of tech companies making music
- Drug testing could get a boost from MIT’s ‘body on a chip’
- Minnesota Twins go deep into analytics with adoption of Blast Motion bat sensor
- This portable power station can keep a mini-fridge running for up to 2 days
- UK authorities seek warrant for Cambridge Analytica offices – CNET
- TSA searches inflatable pink flamingo for weapons – CNET
- Facebook security chief reportedly leaving company – CNET
- Google is making it easier to manage your podcasts straight from the Google app
- Hate needles? These microscopic ones painlessly dissolve drugs in your skin
- Turn your own face into a $55 life-size lollipop – CNET
- California Weighs Tough Net Neutrality State Law
- You can download PUBG for iOS and Android right now — for free – CNET
- Happy 90th, Mister Rogers! Twitch to stream all 856 episodes – CNET
- Volkswagen aims for the Goldilocks zone with shrunken five-seat Atlas
- First U.S. cryptocurrency ban outlaws Venezuela’s ‘Petro’ coin
- Stephen Hawking’s final paper could be worthy of Nobel Prize – CNET
- Demystify home audio with our ultimate A/V receiver buying guide
- Is the HTC Vive Pro too expensive, or the right price for the right hardware?
- Spock’s ‘Star Trek III’ ear tips can be yours – CNET
- Google will let you play Android games before downloading them – CNET
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- Amazon Go customers are still adjusting to the grab-and-go model
- Google makes it easier to buy what you search for – CNET
- Ataribox now Atari VCS, preorders start in April – CNET
- Walmart and Handy are teaming up to make furniture assembly easier
- IBM’s latest computer is a blockchain-ready CPU smaller than a grain of salt
- Study: 1% of Reddit communities spark 74% of conflicts – CNET
- Facebook hires digital forensics firm for Cambridge Analytica audit – CNET
- President Trump bans the use of Venezuelan cryptocurrencies – CNET
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