Kailla Coomes

Kailla Coomes

Kailla is a staff writer from Portland, Ore. She studied Journalism at the University of Oregon and graduated in 2014. In her free time, Kailla watches reruns of 'The Office,' attempts to teach herself bass guitar, and listens to true-crime podcasts. When she is not writing about tech, Kailla likes to write short stories and poetry.

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Computing

Convert your PDFs into convenient Word documents

PDF files are great, but few document types are as malleable as those specific to Microsoft Word. Here's how to convert a PDF file into a Word document, whether you prefer to use Adobe's software suite or a freemium alternative.
Digital Trends Live

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.
Business

Bags with brains: Smart luggage and gadgets are making travel smoother

The bag you use to tote your stuff can affect the experience of any trip. In response, suitcases are wising up, and there are now options for smart luggage with scales, tracking, and more. Here are our favorite pieces.
Digital Trends Live

DT Daily: Foldable phones, Facebook’s Portal and Portal+, and whiskey galore

On DT Daily, we chatted 8K TVs, Samsung's foldable phone, and Facebook's release of its smart home devices, the Portal and Portal+. We also brought on Sam Slaughter from the Manual and Jordan Felix to talk about all things whiskey.
Digital Trends Live

DT Daily: Alexa helps you vote, our new series ‘Behind the Wheel,’ and more

Today on DT Daily we covered all the newest headlines from Apple AirPods to the World Drone Racing Championship. We also chatted with Tim Walbridge, the host of our new video series Behind the Wheel, and a very special guest.
Smart Home

Whip it, blend it, and mix it up with the best hand mixers of 2018

A stand mixer takes up a lot of room on the counter, and it can also be quite expensive. Need an option that's not only affordable but also takes up very little real estate in your kitchen cabinets? Check out these hand mixers.