The best place to print photos: 7 options from budget-friendly to gallery quality

Looking for the best place to print photos? Finding a good printer that won't wreck the colors or blur the details is tough, but we've got you covered with seven options from the ultra-affordable to gallery quality.
Cool Tech

Bitcoin anonymity no longer guaranteed; summons served to U.S. exchange

Coinbase, the largest U.S. Bitcoin exchange, was served with a John Doe summons demanding 2014 to 2015 customer transaction records. The IRS argued in federal court that customer anonymity argued a basis for concern about tax evasion.
Movies & TV

The absolute best TV shows streaming on Netflix right now

Looking for a new show to watch? Check out DT's tightly-curated list of the Best Netflix Instant TV shows to find your next addiction!
Social Media

How to save your Vine videos before they disappear forever

If you're one of the millions of Vine users, you might be disappointed to hear that the popular service is shutting down in the near future. Thankfully, there is a way to save your videos before they disappear forever.
Social Media

How to download Facebook photos

Ready to kick the Facebook habit or merely looking to download a local backup of your most precious moments? Here's how to do so using the social network's built-in features and a web-based app known as Pick & Zip.

Companies will no longer be able to fine or sue you for negative online reviews

Congress passed the Consumer Review Fairness Act, protecting consumers who post negative online reviews from retaliation by companies. Terms of service agreements will no longer be allowed to gag negative reviews once the act is signed.

Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb may have a champion in transportation pick Elaine Chao

Elaine Chao, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for Transportation Secretary has spoken in favor of 'sharing economy' businesses in the past. Chao has spoken favorably about ridesharing businesses and Airbnb.

The new information super-highway: Amazon hauls 100 petabytes of data on a truck

Amazon now offers the Snowmobile, a climate-controlled container for hauling 100 petabytes of data over the nation's highways using an 18-wheeler. This data is stored in Amazon's cloud and customers can use more than one container.

The Internet Archive gears up for the Trump era by creating a backup in Canada

The Internet Archive is seeking donations to create a backup in Canada. Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle seems worried about the upcoming "radical" changes in Washington, D.C. once the Donald Trump administration arrives in office.
Home Theater

YouTube brings 4K resolution to its live-streams, even for 360-degree video

Following its launch of High Dynamic Range video support and VR video earlier this month, YouTube has announced it can now stream live in 4K resolution -- for both standard and 360-degree videos.

Ashley Furniture implementing AR and VR to help customers experience living spaces

Ashley Furniture will begin using augmented and virtual reality in stores and online to enable customers to create interior layouts and experience living spaces. The furniture retailer will start rolling out in-store VR in 2017.

Crashing the masquerade ball: New Firefox exploit could expose Tor users

A zero-day exploit that unmasks Tor users via a Firefox bug has been discovered with evidence that it’s already been used to target people. Mozilla and Tor have acknowledged the vulnerability and are working on a patch.