A transplant from the west coast of Scotland to the west coast of America, Graeme is a freelance writer with a taste for pop culture and technological trends. In addition to Digital Trends, you can find his work on Time.com and Wired.com.
What happens when movie studios run out of film? They have to switch to digital projection, of course - and with film manufacturers getting out of the business, that day of the final switchover may come sooner than many anticipated.
If you're wondering, AOL's Tim Armstrong seems to have found the missing silver lining to last week's Hurricane Sandy: AOL traffic went up dramatically in the wake of the storm hitting the East Coast, he announced today.
An MIT professor believes he has built an algorithm that will make it possible to predict which topics will trend on Twitter anywhere from 90 minutes to four hours before they're recognized by Twitter's own systems.
Despite grumblings from critics who feel as if Apple has lost its edge, everything seems to be getting better at 1 Infinite Loop with sales, profits and staff increasing this year - And more than a billion dollars being added to the…
It's an invention that could change first response in many ways: An inexpensive device shaped like a tennis ball that captures 360 degree images of the area into which it's thrown multiple times a second.
The Chinese version of Siri has apparently been very naughty indeed, telling people where they can find hookers when asked. But no more, as Apple blocks certain search terms after outcry from iPhone users.
A man who claims he owns 83 percent of Facebook has just lost his lawyer, after the latter filed legal papers of his own to be released from the case. Bad timing: Said man has also just been arrested for falsifying evidence to support his…