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Killer is Dead Review

Killer is Dead review.
Opinion

Objection! The Supreme Court needs to understand email

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan admitted last week that the court "hasn't really gotten to email." In a time when laws are increasingly affecting the technologies we use, and howe we use them, this kind of disconnection is no longer…
Home Theater

If you can’t beat ’em, pick on someone smaller! Networks go after Aereo copycat

Thanks to copy-cat service FilmOn X's (formerly Aereokiller) recent loss in a California court, Aereo may find itself in the Supreme Court, putting its strategic expansion plans in jeopardy.
Apple

iPhone 5 problems: What users complain about the most (updated)

Have you been experiencing any iPhone 5 problems? Join us as we run through the most commonly reported issues with Apple's flagship smartphone and try to find workarounds or solutions.
Gaming

Pirates, ninjas, and robots: Expanding ‘Borderlands’ $10 at a time

A crew of Gearbox Software development leads chat with Digital Trends about the ever-changing process of bringing downloadable story content for 'Borderlands 2' into being.
Product Review

Acer Aspire Z3-605 Review

Acer Aspire Z3-605 review.
Social Media

If you want to really quit Facebook, you’ll have to resort to self-electrocution

Quitting Facebook is often an exercise in futility, but there might be a way to literally shock the habit out of you. Are we really that hopeless?
Cars

Try not to wince as a Land Rover Defender gets crushed by U.S. Customs

This waste of a perfectly good Land Rover shows that the government takes illegal vehicle imports very seriously. Many desirable models aren't sold in the U.S., and getting them here can be difficult.
Social Media

The company you’re keeping on Facebook could affect your credit score

Need a loan? You may want to take a quick look at your Facebook account. If any of your contacts are delinquent debt payers, your application may be doomed.
Mobile

AT&T will carry the Nokia Lumia 925, and it’s coming in two weeks for $100

AT&T continues to add to its portfolio of Windows phones as it gets ready to sell the Nokia Lumia 925 starting September 13. The phone will cost $100 with a 2 year contract. Pre-orders for the device will start August 28.