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There's no two ways about it: Fast Five is an insane movie

Throw it in reverse! This week, Digital Trends is revisiting every film in The Fast and The Furious franchise before its epic conclusion in Furious 7, in theaters Friday, April 3.  “This just went from mission impossible to mission…

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Fast & Furious brings the series back on track, and shows how far Tokyo Drift had veered off course.

Throw it in reverse! This week, Digital Trends is revisiting every film in The Fast and The Furious franchise before its epic conclusion in Furious 7, in theaters Friday, April 3.  “Maybe you’re the bad guy pretending to be the good guy.”…

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Game Of Thrones Episode 3 Recap: Here be dragons

House Forrester faces impossible odds from every direction in the latest episode of the Telltale video game series.


For chillwave maestro Tycho, effects are as much instruments as the ones you play

Sometimes beautiful music is a happy accident. For Tycho, also known as Scott Hansen, preserving the stumbling process that leads him there is as important as the intentional part.


The Fast And The Furious goes sideways in Tokyo Drift, crunches into a wall

The Fast And The Furious franchise goes sideways in Toyko Drift, losing all of the characters that made the previous movies worth watching, but gaining the most spectacular action shots so far.

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The 2015 VW Golf R’s 4Motion AWD system fights physics, creating a middle-class supercar

: The R is different in many ways from other Golfs. What truly sets it apart, though, is its physics-bending 4Motion all-wheel drive system.


While smarter watches make life easier, smarter prosthetics make life better

It’s pretty easy to lose perspective when you write about the same thing day and day out. After a while, subject matters become so central to your way of thinking, it’s easy to forget how much the things you write about really matter to people’s lives…


Without Diesel power, 2 Fast 2 Furious gets stuck in the Miami sand

Vin Diesel's absence in 2 Fast 2 Furious notably dampens the movie's appeal, even if those of us lucky enough to review the film 12 years later know he'll be back later in the franchise.

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What the 1950s ‘kitchen of the future’ got right (and what was just plain crazy)

We may not have flying cars and jetpacks, but some more realistic 1950s dreamers came shockingly close to predicting our culinary future. Then again, we’re still waiting for some of it.


14 years later, The Fast and the Furious proves sheer soul still overcomes stupid

More than a decade later, The Fast & The Furious still holds up not only for the copious adrenaline, but for the family of likable characters it manages to draw the viewer (and even a cop) into.

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How Money & Violence conquered YouTube with no money and only a little violence

In just a few months, indie drama Money and Violence has become a YouTube phenomenon, with more than 13 million views, and counting. But what's next? To find out, we spoke with the creator of "Money and Violence," Moise Verneau.

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Like Uber for private jets, Victor makes the old way to book look like coach

Until now, booking a private jet has been an archaic nightmare that resisted change due to one simple fact: Anyone with the cash to book one was too busy to care. But Victor CEO Clive Jackson knew there had to be a better way.

Cool Tech

Ain’t no mountain high enough to keep this man from his smart home

In order to prove that he can control his smart home using Z-Wave from anywhere, a climber is going to the summit of Mount Everest. He'll whip out his phone and lock the door in New Jersey from over 29,000 feet.


To make your smart TV safe from spying, manufacturers need to up their game

Your smart TV is just as much a security and privacy liability as your laptop – more so in some cases. Here’s what needs to be done before they become a major hacking target.

Home Theater

The Crystal Method explain the art of the remix, why MP3s suck, and Satan Gas

Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland have made a living remixing other artists as The Crystal Method, but on their latest album, it’s their work that goes under the knife as other mixers take the board.