Attendees of this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago will have a chance to buy Samsung’s Gear 360 camera. This will be only the second time virtual reality enthusiasts have had an opportunity to purchase the camera in the United…
Apple's earnings report for the third fiscal quarter is in, and we take a look at the numbers. Sales of the iPhone, iPad, and Mac are down across the board from this time last year, but revenue from services is up.
Gionee unveiled the M6 and M6 Plus, its latest flagships that promise to encrypt all of your data using a dedicated data encryption chip. The chip's practical uses are unknown, though both phones feature impressive internals.
Travel apps are moving from simply duplicating the desktop experience, to becoming virtual travel assistants that offer services and suggestions tailored to your exact needs. Here’s a look at how these apps are advancing.
The only way to make your pets cuter? To only see (and not smell) them. And now, when it comes to their waste, at least, that's a possibility. That is, if the new pet waste disposal system known as Dooli is as good as it claims to…
For all those times that you've wanted a change of scenery, you can now get one in a pretty major way -- by swapping houses. Meet Love Home Swap, a home-swapping app that promises to "change the game in the alternative travel sector"
Tesla's Autopilot semi-autonomous driving system won't use Mobileye's EyeQ camera image-processing hardware in future versions. EyeQ3 will continue to be part of the current Autopilot version but the next generations won't be used.
Think everyting done over HTTPS is safe? Think again. A newly discovered exploit proves someone with control over a network could log your URLs, which in turn could provide access to all sorts of personal information.
Startup Biomodex uses proprietary algorithms to turn medical imaging data into ultra-realistic organ replicas to help train surgeons. "This is a game-changer,” company founder Thomas Marchand tells Digital Trends.
Volkswagen has announced that its 2.0-liter diesel settlement program has been preliminarily approved by a U.S. District Court judge. The program allows drivers to either sell their vehicle back or receive a free emissions modification.