Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff

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Trends with Benefits: A new space race, HoloLenses, Hyperchairs, and potato chips

Facebook is letting anyone stream live video, Microsoft's HoloLens heads to space, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are igniting a new space race, and the Hyperchair will save you from office thermostat wars.

Trends with Benefits: Black Friday madness, kids and drones, Star Wars saturation

On this week's podcast the DT crew hooks you up with some of the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals out there. Oh yeah, we talk about drones too.
DT Daily

DT Daily: Fitness tracking tattoos, Amazon password reset 1:25

Tech news headlines for November 25: Amazon is asking a number of shoppers to reset their passwords claiming some of the data may e compromised. Also, we look at fitness tracking tattoos.
Buying Guides

2015 Holiday Gift Guide

Tech for everyone on your holiday and Christmas lists. Laptops, phones, TVs, home theater, gadgets, and more.
DT Daily

DT Daily: Jeff Bezos lands a rocket 1:34

After watching Elon Musk's repeated unsuccessful attempts to land a rocket, Jeff Bezos gets it right on the first try and makes it look easy.
Press Releases

Digital Trends unveils 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

Editors select 100 tech-based gift ideas for every taste & budget PORTLAND, OR – November 23, 2015 – Leading consumer technology publisher, Digital Trends, today unveiled its annual gift buying guide highlighting 100 of the top…

Trends with Benefits: Star Wars mania, bioprinted organs, brain implants and more

We hear what Sennheiser's $55,000 Orpheus headphones are like from someone who has tried them, plus the latest in streaming from Vudu and Seeso, bioprinted organs, and of course, sous-vide turkey.

Trends with Benefits: Wireless earbuds, Windows conspiracies, YouTube Music

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.