This week the DT round-table talks IFA 2015, the largest electronics show in Europe. This year brought a slew of new product announcements, along with some clear signals of where the future of 4K and OLED television is headed.
IFA Berlin kicks off next week, and shortly after, Apple will unveil its latest iPhone at an event in San Francisco. The Digital Trends team discusses what's in store for both at these blockbuster events.
Wondering how a site based on secrecy gets hacked? Well, if you catch yourself pointing and laughing at the victims of the Ashley Madison data breach, just remember that your personal information is essentially just as safe as theirs was.
Special guest Eric Tsoi of Pear Design joins us this week to discuss his company's insane new wireless earbuds, plus lawnmowing and beer-delivering robots, and Samsung's sweet new Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Edge Plus.
This week's Trends with Benefits podcasts covers Windows 10 install issues, webcam hacking, Lexus' new hoverboard, Airbus' hypersonic, and how drones are now being uses to drop illegal drugs into prisons.
On this week's podcast, we talk about the ups and downs of Windows 10, a car cloaked in special Luminor paint that lights up when your heart beats, Amazon's latest drone plans, and yes, Samsung's effort to build a drone that takes selfies.
is Google relaunching a dud with Google Glass 2.0? The marketing appears to be towards "professionals," but will the new design be enough to overcome the bad publicity version 1.0 received? Microsoft's Hololens certainly has more appeal…
Officially this week's show covers our hands-on impressions of Apple Music, dudes aiming shotguns at drones, and emojis for your car. But really we just drink a bunch of Grape Crush and mess around on Periscope with sugar buzzes.
This week, we recall our worst "reply all" mistakes in light of Gmail's new unsend feature, discuss the merits of "Taylor Truthers," whether Apple music can dethrone Spotify, and Lexus' new hoverboard.