Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge shows up in video ahead of Mobile World Congress

If you’re in the market for a new high-end smartphone, good news! Just ahead of Mobile World Congress next week, someone at Samsung Indonesia let slip a video of the new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

The video highlights two aspects of the phone: wireless charging and water resistance. And of course, it works well with the Gear S2 smartwatch. The short video doesn’t elaborate on any tech specs. Also, it looks like you have to train really damn hard to be a world class… archer? Who knew?

Speaking of android phones, we just want to give you a quick heads up about a dangerous text message that’s going around. If you get it, DON’T click on it. Doing so will infect your phone with a virus and give hackers complete control of your device. They can see everything you’re doing on it and even wipe it remotely if that’s the mood they’re in.

According to a U.K. website, the virus reports back to masters in Iran, and so far, the text message is hitting phones hard in Denmark. You can block the virus from installing, but only by setting your phone’s language to… Russian. So if you ever wanted to learn Russian…

Kanye West has no love for Apple. Or Spotify, apparently. But Jay Z? It’s a bromance.

Why? Because Kanye’s new album, The Life of Pablo, is dropping exclusively on Jay Z’s streaming service, Tidal. In a tweet, Kanye said “My album will never never never be on Apple, and it will never be for sale. You can only get it on Tidal.” Three nevers? Sounds pretty serious. But Tidal users who ponied up $20 to actually download the album are also frozen out as no download seems to be forthcoming – the album will only stream.

Naturally, the Tidal app spiked to the top of Apple’s App store overnight, and in case you missed it, Beyonce is offering a free 90-day trial of Tidal, so in effect, you could listen to Life of Pablo… for free.

Gaming

‘Diablo Immortal’ is just the beginning. Mobile games are the future

Diablo fans were furious about Diablo Immortal, but in truth, mobile games are the future. From Apple and Samsung to Bethesda and Blizzard, we’re seeing a new incentive for games that fit on your phone.
Home Theater

What’s new on Amazon Prime Video (December 2018)

Amazon Prime Video adds new titles each month that are available for free to all Prime members. Check out our list to find all the content hitting Amazon Prime Video in November and December 2018, from new original series to classic films.
Mobile

Samsung patents show what Infinity-O display could look like on Galaxy S10

While we still may be months away from an announcement, there's no doubt about it: Samsung is working hard on its successor to the Galaxy S9. Here's everything we know about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10.
Mobile

Samsung will reportedly announce its folding smartphone at MWC in February

Samsung has been showcasing bendable display tech for a few years and now a folding smartphone might finally arrive. The Galaxy X, or perhaps the Galaxy F, may be the company's first example. Here's everything we know about it.
DT Daily

DT Daily: John Oates, custom cars, and DT’s latest show

Episode 2 of Digital Trend's latest show, Behind the Wheel. features John Oates, Tim Walbridge, and a Porsche GT3RS, as the two take to the streets to discuss cars. Oates also discusses his custom Porsche 356 on today's episode of DT Daily.
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Capsure CEO Jeanne Lewis talks about preserving the world’s memories

We were joined by Jeanne Lewis, the CEO and co-founder of Capsure, a new photosharing app, on this episode of DT Daily to discuss how technology can help us capture important moments.
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DT Daily: Foldable phones, Facebook mulligans, and more

On the 12th episode of DT Daily, Digital Trends' live talk show, hosts Greg Nibler and Marie Pardo-Garber broke down the news of the day, including Samsung's foldable phone announcement, Facebook's upcoming "unsend" feature, and more.
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Westward Distillery weighs in on the best American single malt whiskey

What does a quintessential American single malt whiskey taste like? Greg Nibler sat down with Sam Slaughter and Jordan Felix on DT Daily to talk whiskey and Portland's first grain-to-glass distillery.
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Num Pang Chef Ben Daitz talks offers for successful collaborations

We were joined by chef Ben Diatz of Num Pang Kitchen on this episode of DT Daily to talk about his restaurant's latest collaboration with condiment company Sir Kensington's and the benefit of searching for outside perspectives.
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DT Daily: Windows woes, A.I. news anchors, and Disney’s streaming service

On the fourteenth episode of DT Daily, host Greg Nibler and guest Nicole Raney talked about the biggest tech stories of the day, including a troublesome Windows 10 update, China's A.I. news anchor, and more.
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DT Daily: iPhone X problems, Single’s Day sales records, and more

On the 15th episode of DT Daily, Digital Trends' live morning show, Greg Nibler and Marie Pardo-Garber examined the news of the day, including iPhone X screen problems, Alibaba's record-setting day of sales, and more.
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Hip-hop artist Rakeem Miles talks musical upbringing, ‘Dante’s Toys’

Rakeem Miles may be best known for his musical endeavors, but he's looking to change that with his forthcoming animated show. On Monday's DT Daily, we discuss Miles' origins, what drives his passions, his favorite superhero, and more.
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DT Daily: Amazon HQ2(s), Indiegogo’s CEO, and Chris Bevans of Dyne

DT Daily's host Greg Nibler discussed headlines including Amazon's HQ2s and Twitter possibly getting an edit button. We also brought on the CEO of Indigogo and the creative director of Dyne.
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Dyne sits at the intersection of fashion and technology, creative director says

While we've seen companies like Nike use technology to improve its products and push boundaries, Dyne is doing something a little different. We sat down with Chris Bevans of Dyne on this episode of DT Daily to talk fashion and technology.