Today’s first responders rely more on grit and experience than tech, but a new type of suit, codenamed Apex, could help deliver life-saving intel to these these brave men and women through wearable technology.
Remember the ‘80s? Gary Numan does, and he’s ready for something new. The electronic music pioneer talked with us about hi-res recording, the magic of the piano, and why he’s running alongside today’s electronic crowd – not in it.
Apple Pay could usher in the era of mobile payments and change the way we buy things. Here's how it works, the security behind it, where you can use it, and why the timing is perfect.
Fury, a scrappy blockbuster from writer and director David Ayer, toes a careful line between explosion-fueled spectacle and character-supported hero journey.
Wolfenstein: The New Order creative director Jens Matthies chats with Digital Trends about some of the underlying ideas and impulses that fueled Machine Games' creation of one of 2014's most energizing video games.
For a guy who’s only 37, Joe Bonamassa is undeniably old school. The celebrated blues artist told us why more resolution isn’t better, why sequencing the order of songs on an album is a lost art, and why bleeding is good.
How the makers of Evolve survived publisher bankruptcy and their one creative ambitions to make one hit after another.
Hot on the heels of their album Soft Friday, the psychedelic-garage heroes of Coves talk vinyl versus digital, creativity, and the benefits of reverb.
Oren Michels isn't a preschool teacher, but his job is to make things play nice together. Specifically, your connected devices. And with Mashery, the company he co-founded, now owned by Intel, the era of the smart doorbell is right around the corner.
Vince Clarke was making synthpop before many of today’s electronic musicians were born. But with Erasure and his latest album The Violet Flame, he’s still pushing the sonic envelope.
As the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset gains momentum, one of the first applications isn't from the gaming or entertainment industry, but travel. Marriott is using the headset as part of a 4D travel experience. We talk to its creators about the project.
Long before companies like MakerBot made 3D printing as simple as a box that sits on your desk, dedicated pioneers were perfecting the technologies that made it possible in their garages.
We speak with the minds behind Amazon's newest show, Transparent. Star Jeffrey Tambor and show creator Jill Soloway tell us what it's like to work with Amazon, and make a show for the digital age.
Digital Trends’ music columnist Mike Mettler speaks to Billy Corgan about his new 107-track reissue of the 1998 Smashing Pumpkins album Adore, and what’s ahead for the band.