David Curry

David Curry

Former Digital Trends Contributor
David has been writing about technology for several years, following the latest trends and covering the largest events. He is also interested in video games, music, Asian culture, and history.

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The Nextbit Robin is available in a fiery new color, but only for a limited time

Founded by two ex-Googlers, Nextbit announced its first commercial product last October, the NextBit Robin. This unique Android phone is now available on Amazon for a discounted price of $300 -- only until May 10.
Smart Home

Withings’ connected thermometer does way more than take your temperature

Withings has a new thermometer that does way more than take your temperature. It can send a detailed log of temperature measurements to track the progress of an illness and even suggest adjustments in room temperature.
Mobile

Verizon kicks off wireless 5G testing in the U.S.

Verizon announced plans to test 5G wireless in the United States by 2016, with a small deployment by the end of 2017. It is the first mobile carrier in the U.S. to test the super-fast wireless standard, which is capable of reaching 1Gbps.
Mobile

Google’s plan to speed up the mobile Web could start on February 24

Google has introduced its own platform for publishers, named Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). It is an open source project to build a faster mobile Web, capable of loading webpages ten times faster as it does currently.
Mobile

$600 buys you an Xperia Z5 in the U.S., but it won't have a fingerprint sensor

Sony has announced that the Xperia Z5 and the Z5 Compact is making its way to the U.S. and will be available to purchase at certain retailers unlocked and without a contract beginning on February 7.
Emerging Tech

Solve for X showcases all the crazy projects from Google’s secretive X Labs

Google has launched a website to show all of the current and past moonshot plans that have come from the company's secretive X Labs, home to the self-driving car, internet balloons, and Google Glass.