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Cars

To become a better car company, Ford had to become a technology company

Sure, it’s one of the largest automakers in the world, but to continue Henry Ford’s promise of freedom through mobility, it has to be so much more.
Movies & TV

Rave, Reich, and Roll: Exploring the dark themes in The Man in the High Castle

Digital Trends sat down with key members of The Man in the High Castle cast at the New York Comic Con to discuss how best to watch the show, its deepening cultural impact, and what its future may hold.
Opinion

John McAfee: The NSA is running on ‘sheer luck’ — and that’s a travesty

Surveillance programs are largely designed for the express purpose of targeting citizens, pure and simple, says John McAfee. And there's something fundamentally wrong with this concept. Something un-American. It's the antithesis of freedom.
Movies & TV

‘We’re not supposed to lose.’ The Man in the High Castle explores a defeated America

We spoke with Joel de la Fuente about his role as Inspector Kido in the new Amazon Original Series, The Man in the High Castle, as well as his work on the video game, Homefront.
Music

Geddy Lee on how Rush cranked back the clock one song time at a time on R40 Live

A band like Rush doesn’t just turn 40 – they do it with a twist. Vocalist and bassist Geddy Lee shares the making of R40, a retrospective tour that turns back time a little further with every song.
Cars

As more EVs plug in, can our power grid step up? We ask the experts

As electric vehicles become part of the automotive mainstream, how will power companies handle the additional load?
Features

Abby Brammell is first playable female character to answer Call of Duty in Black Ops 3

Abby Brammell stars as the first playable female character in Call of Duty Black Ops 3. The actress talks about stepping into the role in the Activision Treyarch blockbuster in this exclusive interview.
Music

The Bee Gees are underrated and Spotify is overhated, say Chk Chk Chk

“You try to do as many different things as you can, because they all have a slightly different character.” Genre mixing can be a beautiful thing when it’s done right, as witnessed by the blissful sounds made by the Brooklyn-based…
Computing

When does an old computer become a historical artifact?

Plenty of people would argue that a PC made over twenty years ago is nothing but trash circa 2015, but could these outdated systems have historical value as time marches onward?
Cool Tech

Does this man hold the key to practical wireless charging? Cota sure looks like it

Hatem Zeine has been cracking the code of wireless power delivery since 2001, and his startup Ossia is finally ready to banish dead batteries forever with Cota, a remote wireless power system he hopes to bring to market in 2016.
Music

Vanessa Carlton on her music evolution since ‘A Thousand Miles’ made her a star

DT chats with Vanessa Carlton about how making her new album, Liberman, was as much about the sound of the record as it was the music itself.
Computing

The Virtual World’s Fair will transport you to the world’s wonders, and disasters

"Virtual reality is going to change the world." That's been uttered so often many have become cynical of the idea, but in the eyes of Landmark Entertainment's Tony Christopher of, it's no exaggeration.