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Steam gets more secure as Valve adds two-factor authentication to Android, iOS apps

Valve's Steam Guard, which protects users' Steam accounts, is about to get both easier to use and more secure, as two-factor authentication is coming in beta form to the Steam apps for Android and iOS.
Health & Fitness

Jawbone UP4 does double duty as a mobile wallet, but there’s a catch

Like the Apple Watch, the Jawbone UP4 includes an NFC chip that allows it to act as a mobile payment solution. There is, however, a catch: The mobile payment functionality is only available to American Express cardholders.
Press Releases

Digital Trends builds powerhouse sales team, expands internationally

New Hires Located in Key L.A, Midwest, and Canada/U.K. Regions PORTLAND, ORE. – APRIL 16, 2015 – Leading consumer technology publisher Digital Trends today announced a sales team expansion with the addition of three executives to drive…

How the Nexus 5 is helping homeless people find homes and jobs

Through a scheme called Mobile4All, which is part of the Community Technology Alliance, the Nexus 5 smartphone is helping homeless people get back on their feet, find a home, and jobs.
Social Media

Twitter redesigns its homepage in bid to snag new users

Twitter's introducing a new homepage for the desktop that it hopes will persuade more people to join the microblogging service. While the old page acted simply as a place to login, the new one features lots of real-time Twitter content for…

Apple adds new Watch videos for Siri, Maps, and Music to its ‘Guided Tours’ site

Useful for both potential buyers and those who've already pre-ordered the device, Apple's 'guided tour' videos for its first ever smartwatch provide lots of ideas on how to get the most out of the device.
Product Review

Scanadu Scout medical scanner Review

Is your body tuned up or running rough? This puck reads your vital signs in seconds.
Social Media

Androiders, you can now livestream, too! Meerkat is available now

Meerkat's had a rough few weeks following the launch of Twitter-owned Periscope, but it's not out of the livestreaming game yet. The plucky startup on Wednesday launched a public beta of its app for Android, beating Periscope to the…

BlackBerry returns to the touchscreen with the Leap, on sale this week in the UK

BlackBerry evidently still feels there's money to be made in the smartphone business, despite its now-tiny market share. Its latest offering, which hopes to tempt "young power professionals," features a 5-inch edge-to-edge display…

Ditch your cords with IKEA’s wireless charging furniture

Definitely easier than hunting down a charging cable, IKEA's new furniture line includes wireless charging inserts that will charge any mobile device that supports the Qi wireless charging standard.

Fujifilm X-series cameras get fast, premium 16mm lens option

Fujifilm's new 16mm wide-angle prime lens is ideal for landscape, travel, and street photographers who shoot low-light, macro, and bokeh images. The lens is designed to be weather- and dust-resistant.