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At least they got the name right: Horrible Bosses 2 is both horrible and a sequel

Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and Charlie Day return for a sequel to their 2011 comedy hit, and it more than lives up to its title.


How The Kinks’ Dave Davies changed the course of rock with a sliced speaker cone

When The Kinks’ guitarist Dave Davies sliced open a speaker cone with a razor blade in 1964, he literally set the tone of rock music for decades to come. And that sound lives on in his latest solo album, Rippin’ Up Time.


Yacht-inspired quattro: How Audi’s new design chief is passionately reshaping the brand

Audi’s new design chief discusses the Prologue concept, the future of Audi design, and the radical design possibilities afforded by alternative powertrain technology.


Nokia’s back with an Android tablet, and its free, single, and fabulous

The N1 Tablet marks Nokia's return to mobile hardware, just a short time after we thought it had left us forever. The Android-based, Z Launcher-equipped slate is great news for us today, and bodes very well for the future. Welcome back, Nokia.


For Hollywood hopefuls, tech like YouTube has been a blessing and a curse

The days of interns toiling away in the mail room have passed, and the days of Midwesterners toiling away on YouTube and waiting to be discovered are upon us. But wait: Is this actually easier?


With YouBionic, the perfect prosthetic could be one you 3D print yourself

In the future, we may be able to download and 3D print extra hands (and – ulp! -- other body parts)

Cool Tech

Guitar wizard Adrian Belew on how his Flux app creates bite-size music for the Twitter era

DT’s Mike Mettler sits down with guitar wiz Adrian Belew on his new app, Flux, and how he hopes to change music for the Twitter era.


Interview: How an elite team of hardcore gamers helped shape Halo 5 Guardians

Halo 5 Guardians developer 343 Industries has an internal “Avengers”-style team of pro players who are tasked with breaking and exploiting every inch of the game.


Road Rave: Why ‘Free Piston’ engines could power your next plug-in hybrid

The next major advancement in automotive technology may not be electric or hydrogen, but instead a new type of internal combustion. ‘Free piston’ engines, as they’re referred to, offer dramatically improved efficiency using pistons that float on air.


After waiting 20 years for Dumb and Dumber To, Peter Farrelly is ready for a third

The Farrelly brother tells Digital Trends about the ups and downs of making a Dumb and Dumber sequel, nearly twenty full years after the original film's release.


Why Silicon Valley needs Hollywood more than Hollywood needs Silicon Valley

Pundits and pontificators paint Silicon Valley as the new center of media thanks to titans like Netflix, but in the Entertainment 2.0 landscape, is it the guys who own the cables or the content who really hold all the cards?


For their last-ever album The Endless River, Pink Floyd recorded on a boat

Pink Floyd recently came together to record their last album of new material, The Endless River. And appropriately enough, they did it on a boat, embracing the latest recording technologies yet again.


Admit it: Fitness trackers are as much about showing off as working out

You work out, and you want people to know. As the sensors inside fitness trackers get smaller and smaller, we’ll never see them disappear completely, because projecting your commitment to fitness is an important part of why we love these gadgets.


Rob Riggle isn’t a bad guy! He just plays one in Dumb and Dumber To

The Dumb and Dumber To star tells Digital Trends about his 'surreal' experience working with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, and also what Dead Rising fans can expect from his take on Frank West.


Kick out the jams, mofos: Secrets of Sunset Overdrive’s punktastic soundtrack

Digital Trends sits down with Insomniac Games' Marcus Smith for a look at the punk-fueled dynamic soundtrack the drives the action in Sunset Overdrive.