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Ford taps Snapchat maestro DJ Khaled to spread message on new EcoSport

Digital Trends spoke to DJ Khaled, the "King of Snapchat," about celebrities over-sharing on social media in the wake Kim Kardashian being robbed, his feelings on Donald Trump's presidency, and more.

From drones to body cams, tech is changing the fight against crime

Technology is opening the door for cameras on every corner and even eyes in the sky, but the fundamental tension between privacy and security is not going way.

Don’t copy me, bro: How tech innovators can knock out knockoffs

Remember when U.S. Marshals stormed CES to shut down a Chinese competitor advertising hoverboards? Attorney Shawn Kolitch made it happen, and he explains how innovators can fight back against copycats.

Starting at ground P Zero: Pirelli’s new tires are bred to make good cars great

Pirelli has introduced its next generation P Zero, highlighting customized performance for OEM models. Digital Trends put these new tires to the test on road and track, in dry and wet conditions, to see if the updates really make a…
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Meet the researchers using 3D models to catalog species without killing them

It may take generations to image the nearly trillion species thought to exist on Earth, but for every species that’s captured is a species that's digitally preserved.

Think tech tilted the 2016 election? Just wait for 2020

This week, the USA voted in a new president — but could the next election cycle be impacted by an injection of new technology?

How do we end the advertising arms race? Start thinking like humans

The new AdNauseam ad blocker works even more effectively - and artfully - than its predecessors, but advertisers will eventually find a way around it. How do we make this game end?

Enigma performs ‘musical alchemy’ with Merlin, his Mac-packed mobile studio

We speak with Enigma, the world-renowned musician known for hits like Return to Innocence. Enigma tells us all about his thoughts on streaming music and his eighth album, The Fall of a Rebel Angel.

Weekly Rewind: Your smart home's universal remote, the problem with Soylent, robotic snake surgery

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…

Why does a $600 phone have last year’s processor? The many follies of HTC’s Bolt

HTC has released a new smartphone. It's called the Bolt, and it doesn't have a headphone jack, it's carrier-locked to Sprint, and it's powered by last year's Snapdragon 810 processor. Buyer beware.

Computing pioneer. Navy rear admiral. Woman. Grace Hopper wasn’t one for barriers

Even a quarter-decade after her passing, the next generation of coders look to ‘Amazing’ Grace Hopper for inspiration.