The new, retooled version of Google maps offers a sleek new interface, but do dolled-up graphics amount to a more useful map? As it turns out, yes, and new customization features make Maps feel more homey than ever.
TV networks are throwing a hissy fit over Aereo’s distribution of their programming over the Web. But the legal checkmate they currently face could be the hardship that finally forces them to embrace online distribution.
Is Defiance a TV show or a video game? Both. In a a bid to combine both media, the Defiance story plays out in both a TV show and video game concurrently, meaning events from one affect the other. While this premise is totally original, as we found out, both the game and SyFy TV [...]
Passwords have been the de facto answer to computer security since the dawn of the information age, but as a string of high-profile hackings confirm, they’re far from perfect. So what’s next? In a three-part series, Digital Trends’ security expert Geoff Duncan explores the problems that plague passwords, potential replacements, and the barriers that may [...]
Samsung's first 85-inch Ultra-HD TV will retail for $40,000 when it becomes available for preorder in March, significantly more than similar sets from both Sony and LG.
The shows we watch, the tools we use to work, and the services we use to stay in touch with each other could disappear at any time now that we’re hooked on cloud computing. Whoops.
Sony's CES 2013 announcements include a prototype 4K OLED TV, the 1080p Xperia Z, plus new cameras, computers and more.
After a number of pre-show teases, Samsung still impressed CES 2013 audiences with a wide variety of new gear, from OLED and 4K televisions to long-life Ultrabooks, Wi-Fi cameras and a mammoth multitouch monitor for Windows 8.
LG's gorgeous OLED displays will hit the United States in March, joining a line of 47 new HDTVs, seven new Google TVs, four new soundbars, and other products from its CES 2013 announcements.
Tired speculation about the impending death of CES or its irrelevance without Apple misses the point: This is the Thunderdome of consumer tech where mortal companies slay competitors with the strength of their products, not the presentation.
LG’s IPS235 eschews brightness and exciting industrial design in favor of respectable color accuracy at a consumer-friendly price.
Microsoft attempts a precarious balance between what worked in the past and what’s needed for the future with Windows 8, but ends up coming up short on both.
We compare the new 13-inch MacBook Pro to Sony's Vaio Z to see how it stacks up to one of its closest PC competitors, along with the old, non-Retina MacBook Pro thrown in for good measure.
Apple’s “magical” new feature for the iPhone 5 won’t be part of the phone at all: It will be a totally revamped iPod Nano that serves as the perfect complement to the phone, as a wristwatch.
Looking for MP3 organizer tools? Here's how you can straighten out a folder with gigs worth of messy MP3 files in only an afternoon.