Sick of sitting second to Spotify, Deezer wants to break out with more music

With the US firmly in his sights, Deezer's North American CEO, Tyler Goldman, tells us what's lacking in the music streaming experience right now and how Deezer is going to deliver it.

Music

Before you resort to MS Paint or piracy, give these free image-editing tools a shot

Unleash you inner graphic designer with these free and effective downloadable photo-editing apps. Plus, we highlight a few Web-based alternatives.

Computing

Orange is the New Black confirmed for fourth season in 2016

The highly acclaimed drama/comedy series featuring Piper Sherman fighting her way through women’s prison slated for fourth season.

Movies & TV

All the gadgets you need to make this the best barbecue season yet

Now that grilling season is almost upon us, we took some time to round up the best BBQ tech gadgets to help you conquer your next cookout. From helping you keep your gear clean to just really awesome ways to light stuff on fire, we've got you covered.

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NASA tech that converts heat into electricity may recharge your car battery one day

NASA has licensed thermoelectric material -- material that converts heat into electricity -- for commercialization. It may make its way into cars, manufacturing plants, and more.

Cool Tech

This suitcase-style record player looks like it belongs to a secret agent

The suitcase-style record player is making a comeback, and now Electrohome is offering its take on the retro design with this highly affordable fold-up job known as the Archer.

Music

Verizon’s custom FiOS TV package under fire from ESPN before it even launches

Verizon is planning to launch a new customizable package for FiOS TV customers by the name of "Custom TV" tomorrow, but ESPN claims the service violates its contract by bundling ESPN channels outside of the base package.

Home Theater

MakerBot lays off 20 percent of its staff and closes its three retail locations

MakerBot, one of the most recognizable names in the world of 3D printing, has laid off 20 percent of its staff in one fell swoop. The company is calling the move a “reorganization” to better align to what matters most to its customers.

Cool Tech

Listen to Garbage jam, Ava Luna mix musical styles, and more with out top 5 songs to stream

Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week that are are worth using your bandwidth on. Up this week: Ava Luna, Garbage, Crystal Castles, and more.

Music

Steam cracks down on spammers, restricting new accounts until users pay up

Steam users have likely noticed a recent influx of spammers sending bogus friend invites and trade requests. To fight this increase in spam, Valve is limiting new accounts until users pay at least $5 USD.

Gaming

Flipping through The Manual: Flyboarding, knife sharpening, the ultimate steak

Burned out on apps, keys and screens? Improve your analog life this weekend! Digital Trends’ brother site The Manual exists to give men straight-up advice, from unspoken suit rules you need to know, to the latest in fashion, food, drink, travel, grooming and…

Catch the NBA’s final act with our guide to streaming the NBA Playoffs

With the NBA Playoffs finally upon us, we know you don't want to miss a second of the drama. Here's how to stream all the NBA Playoff action online, even for those who don't have a cable subscription.

Movies & TV

The best of the last-gen: Our 10 favorite Xbox 360 games

There may be nearly 1,000 Xbox 360 games on the market, but unfortunately, they're not all winners. Check out our favorite titles, from surreal puzzles games such as "Braid" to the latest installment in the ever-so-popular Gears of War franchise.

Gaming