Home Theater

To finally conquer speakers, Samsung built this secretive sonic skunkworks

Samsung's new lab takes science to the max in a lofty attempt to become the number one name in audio, world wide. Take a tour of the state-of-the-art facility to explore Samsung's new plans for audio domination.

Why the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans is such a big deal to Ford

Ford’s all-out assault on the 24 Hours of Le Mans is the biggest story at the race this year, and it’s been five decades in the making. Here’s why this year’s Le Mans race is so important to Ford.

The Xbox and PC are closer than ever, but still not close enough

Microsoft focused its big E3 2016 announcements on crossplay with Windows 10 PC, promising 10 titles that can be enjoyed on either an Xbox or a computer. But has the company waited too long to pursue this path?

Lamborghini’s Italian Tour is the ultimate weekend getaway for car and food lovers alike

The Lamborghini Italian Tour is a three-day road rally with a focus on experiencing the best cars, food, and scenery that Italy has to offer. Digital Trends drove a Huracán in the first wave of this year's Tour.

For Max Jury, boy bands gave way to soul singers as he discovered his own voice

After releasing two successful EPs, Max Jury went from writing and recording songs in his basement to laying down tracks in the legendary Electric Lady studios in New York. The 24 year-old singer/songwriter's self-titles debut album was…
Movies & TV

As TV cuts commercials, product placement is worming its way into your shows

As SNL’s plans to trade commercial airtime for sponsored segments from ad companies next fall commences, what will this new ad innovation mean to the entertainment world at large?

DJ Funk Flex explains why software DJs can't touch him, why he called out Drake 11:08

DJ Funk Flex has been spinning vinyl for over 25 years and while he appreciates the new era of music, he has a few gripes with this generation. In our interview he speaks on not using DJ software like Serato and why he was…

With zero interest in smartphones, Nokia is betting big on VR and health

Nokia Technologies came around when Microsoft bought Nokia's mobile division. For two years, the company has been devising a strategy around digital health and virtual reality. We sat down with President Ramzi Haidamus to flesh out Nokia's…

Stream it if you want, but Garbage’s new album is no ‘digital-disposable’ throwaway

On Strange Little Birds, Garbage strips back their usual layered approach for a raw, dark sound straight out of Butch Vig’s basement.

Slippery when wet: Here’s what to do if your car hydroplanes

Driving in the rain can be extremely dangerous if you’re not prepared. We asked professional racing driver Andrew Comrie-Picard for tips about how to deal with hydroplaning and what type of tires you need.

What happens when anyone can code? We’re about to find out

Drag-and-drop programming tools like Ready could teach anyone to code, and make creating apps as easy as creating a newsletter or website. And in creation, there’s power.

#FreeTheMotoZ: Verizon’s exclusive on both Moto phones is total BS

Carrier exclusives are draconian measures that limit the amount of people who can buy smartphones and trap great devices on one network. Now the Moto Z is stuck on Verizon with a carrier exclusive.