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Photography

Fujifilm gave us a sneak peek at its first U.S. retail store, and it’s a wonder

Located in the heart of New York's Flatiron District, Fujifilm's new Wonder Photo Shop seeks to inspire a "photo renaissance." The company's first retail space in the U.S. will offer hands-on access to key products, events, and workshops.
Opinion

No secrets, no shame: How technology forces honesty

When everyone already knows what you’re trying to hide, will there be any point to privacy? We may be moving toward a world where we’ll find out.
Features

Exclusive: Former employee details the sudden collapse of car-sharing startup FlightCar

Airport car-sharing service FlightCar is no more. Failing to rebound from negative customer reviews, the company closed suddenly, surprising employees. Mercedes-Benz acquired FlightCar's technology and two members of the staff, including…
Movies & TV

How Season 6 made ‘Game of Thrones’ dumber, but more gorgeous than ever

Season 6 of Game of Thrones was notable for a few reasons. Perhaps the biggest was that the show was finally moving ahead of the books. Stepping off the path set by Martin's novels, Game of Thrones season 6 embodied the best and worst of…
Computing

I tried Microsoft Edge for 2 weeks, and it was as bad as you think

Microsoft has touted its new Edge web browser, the default in Windows 10, as a modern take on the browsing experience. Yet few people seem willing to ditch Chrome or Firefox for it. We decided to make the leap, so you don’t have to.
Music

Deerhoof break bad and cook up a batch of audio endorphins on ‘The Magic’

Even Walter White would approve of pure endorphins Deerhoof peddle on ‘The Magic,’ an album recorded in a deserted Albuquerque office building.
Virtual Reality

‘Ghostbusters’ godfather Ivan Reitman explains why it’s perfect for VR

The director of the first two 'Ghostbusters' films, and executive producer of the reboot, reveals how virtual reality has become a key part of the franchise’s future.
Cars

Lamborghini is rewriting the rules on carbon fiber with a crazy new way to make it

After three decades as a pioneer in carbon fiber development, Lamborghini has revealed a quantum leap in composite technology. The new forged composite process allows the automaker to stamp parts from carbon fiber in a fraction of the time…
Home Theater

With 7 mini houses, the first Sonos store lets you hear as you would at home

Wireless audio brand Sonos is set to open its first-ever retail store, located in New York City. The multiroom audio king's first ever store features a homey vibe that includes tailored listening rooms, and a hands off sales approach.
Music

Spoon and Local Natives are luring fans into record stores with exclusive vinyl

We spoke to Local Natives' singer/keyboardist Kelcey Ayer and Record Store Day Founder Michael Kurtz about a new instant gratification program the band will use to stoke local vinyl sales.
Cars

24 Hours of Le Mans isn’t just a race, it’s a ruthless car-tech proving ground

Hybrids, windshield wipers, and even headlights. All the tech that end up in your car must first prove its worth at the world’s most celebrated endurance race.
Features

Watch electronica vet Mark Pritchard whip up iPad beats, show off his new album 9:08

As part of our Tech Hop video series, electronica producer Mark Pritchard tells Digital Trends about his ambitious new album and art installation 'Under The Sun,' then makes a few beats using only an iPad.