NASA is now taking applications from the public. Seriously, anyone can apply! Does the Trends with Benefits crew have the right stuff? Probably not, but we also discuss VR, HoloLens, and avoid ruining Star Wars for you. You're welcome.
This week's roundtable discussion dives into Apple's decision to abandon plans for a live streaming TV service, Tokyo's plan to use drones with nets to catch bad drones, and the ever-evolving etiquette of text messages.
T-Mobile and Comcast are pissing people off in totally different ways, Microsoft isn't really watching you, YouTube Music is better late than never, and the first wireless earbuds you can buy are absolutely amazing.
The DT crew is back again, this week to discuss the latest in bio-clothing, NASA's nutty EmDrive thruster, Reddit's foray into TV, and Circle with Disney, which is a lot cooler than it sounds, we promise.
What's the Microsoft Surface Book like in the flesh? Hear it straight from our computing editor. Plus we discuss cheap VR options like Homido, 3D-printed teeth that don't grow bacteria, and some scary-sounding civil-service robots.
This week on Trends with Benefits, our round-table of tech experts looks at plans from Apple and Amazon to stream live TV to set top boxes, discusses the impact of the Drone Defender, and speculates about the Alien Megastructure on a…
Microsoft is suddenly a hardware company, and 1 million new drones are expected to be buzzing in American skies come Christmas. What's next, artificial intelligence with the abilities of a 4-year-old?! Funny you asked.
On this week's episode we launch into the debate over what to do after cutting the cord. Nearly every major streaming media device is getting an upgrade this year, so which one is going to prevail over the rest? We have our early favorites.