Meet the hackers who smuggled the Netflix of piracy aboard your iPad

Popcorn Time, A.K.A. the ‘Netflix for torrents’ comes to iOS without requiring a jailbreak. It offers a lot of content and challenges Apple’s walled garden for apps. The controversial app is viewed as a danger by Netflix and studios alike.


Brew a fine cup of joe with one of these five great coffee makers

Everybody loves a good cup of coffee, but finding a suitable coffee machine tends to frustrate and annoy. Take a look at our five picks for the best coffee makers currently on the market.


Here are 5 brilliant apps you need to download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy list.


Installing a new PC graphics card is easier than you think

Upgrading your video card will improve your computing experience across the board, and open up a new world of video games. It couldn't be easier.


Swiss Post set to test mail delivery by drone

Letters and parcels could soon be delivered without the personal touch, with Matternet and Swiss Post joining forces on a post-by-drone scheme that's set to start its first test run.

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Inateck’s portable BTSP-10 Plus will change your expectations of a $50 speaker

It wasn't long ago that a descent portable Bluetooth speaker would cost you $100. But Inateck's new BTSP-10 Plus, which runs a mere $50, is helping to prove you don't have to spend much to get value in the portable speaker genre these days.

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Back to the future: 10 retro technologies that refuse to die

Think dot-matrix printers, boomboxes, and floppy disks are dead? Surprise, they're still being made. Check out a few of our favorite retro technologies that should have when we ushered in the digital age.

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Nokia says it doesn’t have plans to make or sell consumer smartphones

Reports of Nokia’s interest in returning to manufacturing smartphones have been greatly exaggerated. The Finland-based communications technology company released a straightforward statement restating that it has no plans to manufacture or sell consumer…


What is a zero-day attack, and can anything defend against it?

Zero-days. You've heard about them in the news, across the net, even on Digital Trends -- but what are they really, and is there any hope of stopping them?


Google and Facebook launch tools to help find people affected by the Nepal earthquake

Google and Facebook have launched tools to help people find and track friends and relatives in the areas affected by Saturday’s tragic magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal, which killed more than 2,200 people.


Russian hackers got a peek at some of Obama’s emails last year

The hackers that gave the White House and State Department such a hard time last year managed to get access to some of President Obama's correspondence along the way, a new report says.


Why 3D food printing is more than just a novelty; it’s the future of food

3D printing has already taken off, but 3D food printing offers a host of revolutionary benefits that are only beginning to be explored and understood.

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Samsung can’t make S6 Edge screens fast enough to meet demand

Got your eyes on a new S6 Edge smartphone from Samsung? You're not the only one — reports in the media say the South Korean firm has increased production of the its curved screen to meet demand.


Avengers: Age of Ultron opens to $44.8 million in 2 days overseas

Age of Ultron is set for release in the United States on May 1, 2015. The latest installment in the Avengers franchise opened to $44.8 million in two days overseas, and numbers are looking strong for opening weekend in the U.S.

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