Nick Hastings

Nick Hastings

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Nick is a Portland native and a graduate of Saint Mary's College of California with a Bachelor's of Communication.

Nick's writing background is in sports and gaming, and he maintains a contentious love-hate relationship with the Portland Trail Blazers.

Other interests include: hip-hop music, street tacos, endlessly quoting 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'

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Gaming

The best of the last generation: Our 50 favorite Xbox 360 games

The Xbox 360 thrived during a generation where games were plentiful. Here's our list of the best Xbox 360 games of all time, including all game genres and even a few special indie hits.
Computing

Tired of paying a monthly fee for Word? The best Microsoft Office alternatives

Looking for a competent word processor that isn't Microsoft Word? Thankfully, the best alternatives to Microsoft Office offer robust features, expansive compatibility, and an all-too-familiar aesthetic. Here are our favorites.
Computing

Switch your WMA files for MP3s with our quick conversion tips

The WMA codec may be great when it comes to multi-channel surround sound, but unfortunately, it falters in terms of compatibility. Check out our guide on how to convert WMA files to MP3 via web-based or desktop methods.
Movies & TV

Watch (most of) your favorite movies all in one place with Movies Anywhere

A new collaborative program between major retailers and film studios could change movie ownership forever. Here's a quick guide on how to use Movies Anywhere to consolidate your digital film library.
Movies & TV

Make it so! Sir Patrick Stewart to return to the role of Jean-Luc Picard

The Star Trek franchise will always live long and prosper. After signing screenwriter Alex Kurtzman to a five-year deal, CBS revealed that it's currently developing four stand-alone series set in the Trek universe.
Product Review

Ditch cables for just $50 with the Monoprice True Wireless Earphones

Looking for a cheap set of fully wireless earbuds?. We checked out the $50 Monoprice True Wireless Earphones, and while they're hardly spectacular, they're comfortable, reliable, and -- best of all -- affordable.