Did I do that? Intel is going to make a killing fixing its own Meltdown

Intel dropped the ball on Meltdown and Spectre. Now, it’s poised to profit off of its decision to sell critically flawed products to an unwitting populace. That’s a problem.

Gaming without a GPU has never been easier, here’s how we did it

Do you really need a GPU for gaming? The integrated graphics you have right there in your work laptop can get the job done if you’re careful with your settings -- and your game selection.

If you haven't driven a UTV, you're missing the most fun you can have off-road

Side-by-side vehicles are overtaking traditional ATVs because they offer more speed, amazing suspension, and you can sit next to your buddy while you’re driving. Plus you can race in the same events as the legends of off-road competition.

How an Oregon man’s fight for traffic camera fairness reached a federal court

Oregon resident Mats Jarlstrom looked into the math behind red light cameras, but when he tried to speak up, the state government tried to shut him down.

Get closer. Lee Chapman shares the secrets of his Tokyo street photography

Tokyo street photographer Lee Chapman has been exploring the Japanese capital for the last decade, and the Brit has an uncanny knack of capturing striking portraits of some of the city's many colorful characters.

Looking back on 5 years of Surface with the product guru who brought it to life

Digital Trends sat down with Microsoft GM Pete Kyriacou to compare the products Microsoft released then and now. How has the design philosophy changed, and is there really a storage room full of wacky concept prototypes? (Spoiler alert:…

Acura's True Touchpad tech keeps drivers' hands down, eyes up

An infotainment system inevitably creates distractions for the driver. Acura's solution, called True Touchpad, uses one-to-one mapping technology to help drivers keep their eyes on the road. It's coming to the next-generation RDX.

States are waging guerrilla warfare to save net neutrality. Here’s how

States across the country are retaliating against the FCC's repeal of net neutrality by introducing their own laws. But how viable are these actions when standing up against federal regulators?
Movies & TV

For ‘Black Panther’ star Michael B. Jordan, Killmonger isn’t just another villain

Michael B Jordan plays villain Killmonger in Black Panther, and spoke with us about what he did to transform into the muscular bad guy. Jordan also talks about what he's doing to prepare for 'Creed II.
Emerging Tech

Like 21st century taxidermy, 3D printing lets you freeze Fido forever

A Canadian startup is using 3D scanning and 3D printing tech for a somewhat unique business: creating miniature replica models of people's beloved pet dogs. Founder Brian Burke explains.

At N.Y. Fashion Week, Badgley Mischka let audience vote on designs with an app

Badgley Mischka launched its first-ever iOS app made specifically for the runway, allowing on-site and virtual attendees to vote on designs in real-time. We had the opportunity to test out the app at the designers' Fall 2018 show in New…

BMW explains how the first-ever X2 will become king of the urban jungle

The first-ever BMW X2 will reach showrooms soon. The crossover will take BMW into a segment it has never competed in before, one dominated by its rivals. Here's how the German auto-maker prepared for the challenge.