Brandon Widder

Brandon Widder

Brandon Widder is a multimedia journalist and a staff writer for Digital Trends where he covers technology news, how-to guides, best-of pieces and more. In his free time, he moonlights as a freelance music writer for the Portland alt-weekly, Willamette Week, and other publications in the Pacific Northwest. He is currently based out of Portland, OR.

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Emerging Tech

Team Rubicon revolutionizes disaster response. Microsoft wants to help

Coordinating more 100,000 volunteers isn't easy -- Team Rubicon would know. Fortunately, as the disaster response non-profit grows, Microsoft has a solution.

How to convert FLV files to MP4 format in Windows and Mac OS X

Check out our guide on how to convert FLV files to MP4 format. MP4s are used with nearly every device out there. Whether you're a Windows or Mac user, one of our methods is sure to help you convert your files to MP4.
Social Media

How to change your name on Facebook

There comes a time when everyone must change their online name for one reason or another. Check out our quick guide on how to change your name on Facebook in under five minutes without all the expected fuss or digital hoops to jump through.

The best Sega Genesis games of all time

Although the company has since fallen into obscurity, Sega was an indisputable titan throughout the '90s. That said, here are 25 best Sega Genesis games that helped define its fabled decade.
Smart Home

Petcube’s latest smart cameras leverage Alexa to keep tabs on your pets

The revamped Bites and Play 2 feature everything from 1080p HD video and 4x digital zoom to built-in Alexa integration, allowing you to feed, spy, and play with your pets on command or while you're away.
Digital Trends Live

DT Daily: Chef Patrick McKee talks fine dining, details green bean side dish

Executive chef Patrick McKee has seen his fair share of kitchens. In today's installment of Digital Trends Live, he talks about how he got into the business and outlines how to make one of his favorite side dishes of all time.