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.
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.
Music has never been a steady path to fortune, but ad-supported streaming services like Pandora and Spotify are making it harder and harder for all but superstar musicians to survive.
In the sci-fi thriller Ex Machina, a young coder interacts with the world's first true artificial intelligence. Director Alex Garland talks with Digital Trends about how close humans are to achieving that dream, and whether it's really something we'll want.
We love Netflix, too. But our new TV-watching habits, ushered in by streaming sites, aren’t all for the best. Here are 5 things we miss about the old way of watching.
Electronica pioneer Squarepusher takes creative freedom so seriously, he wrote his own software to author the digital beats on Damogen Furies, his latest album.
Could our cell phones and other wireless devices be increasing our risk of developing brain cancer and other conditions? A lot of scientists believe radio-frequency exposure is a growing threat that we should be aware of.
Future wearables need to adapt beyond the wrist, which means a more modular approach that lets you tailor your wearable to your situation.
If you think cities are crowded now, just wait until 2050, when 66 percent of people will live in an urban area. To help deal with the increased demand, cities are already getting smarter.
From The X-Files to Coach, Twin Peaks and Full House, ‘90s TV shows are back. And though you might cringe at the lack of originality, revisiting the past can actually be a winning recipe.
Gavin Harrison honed his craft as the drummer for prog-rock legends Porcupine Tree, and with Cheating the Polygraph, he’s returning to some classics to play them as never before.
Play a few games for about half an hour on Pymetrics’ website and the company’s algorithms will gauge your innate personal characteristics such as attention or motivation—and tell you what career you’re best suited for.
Not convinced you need a smartwatch? Neither am have I, and I been wearing one for months. How will companies convince the world we all do?
Before HBO’s Silicon Valley begins its second season on Sunday night, we talked to Martin Starr – also known as Bertram Gilfoyle – about the show’s flirtation with real-life tech tycoons, last year’s Kid Rock guest appearance, and of course, what’s…
The biggest stumbling block to driverless cars may not be some obscure technical challenge, but rather Mother Nature herself.
The chat room is getting revived. Bindle is exiting its beta stage and opening up to everyone to bring back group chats with modern flairs like GIFs, emojis, hashtags, and @mentions.
On April 16, the world's most popular 3D print fashion designers will showcase their latest items at one of the first 3D print fashion shows in America.
For their new album Smoke + Mirrors, Imagine Dragons created a studio from scratch to capture every nuance in high-resolution digital audio. Listening to it on the radio? Forget about it.
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 R is different in many ways from other Golfs. What truly sets it apart, though, is its physics-bending 4Motion all-wheel drive system.
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…
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Rick Grimes comes to blows with a new neighbor and threatens to undo everything his people have worked for. But there might be bigger fish to fry for Alexandria than Rick Grimes.
Research into complex disease is dramatically changing, thanks to apps like Asthma Health based on Apple’s ResearchKit, which aims to turn the smartphone into a potent medical device that can count calories and help contribute to clinical studies.
Indie icon Elliott Smith inspired a generation of songwriters before he tragically passed away at 34 in 2003. Now Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield are rekindling his memory with a touching tribute album.