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Flipboard's latest update brings a richer content experience, and allows more customization within its Tech section in particular, including the ability to put together team magazines.The post Flipboard’s latest update makes it easier to stay on top of all things tech appeared first on Digital Trends.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 may be one of the most advanced samrtphones ever made, but it can be laid low by a particularly complex shader, according to a report from a British graphical testing company.The post U.S. Galaxy S9 handsets can be forced into a reboot by a ‘complex shader’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Google announced the nominees for this year's Google Play Awards, including the likes of Pokemon Go, PUBG Mobile, and more. There is a range of categories -- including a new category for AR and VR apps.The post Google Play Awards nominees include ‘Lifesum,’ ‘Pokemon Go,’ and ‘PUBG Mobile’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Samsung may be looking at radical new ways of increasing its market share in China. A new phone known as the SM-G8850 may be part of the Galaxy S9 family, but with more power, and a massive screen.The post Samsung thinks an iPhone X-like design will turn China on to the Galaxy S9 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Bitcoin has been good to Ray Youssef. As the co-founder of Paxul, a cryptocurrency exchange, it's helped make him wealthy. He’s a passionate promoter of using Bitcoin to give back, no matter the tactics required.The post Bitcoin put him on the street. Then it made him a fortune appeared first on Digital Trends.
Mobile apps first brought painted videos into the spotlight -- but now those effects are available from a PC. A new plugin for PowerDirector 16 allows video editors to turn their work into a painted film, in resolutions up to 4K.The post This plugin makes Prisma-like painted videos possible on a PC appeared first on Digital Trends.
Hackers have been targeting a number of healthcare systems around the country, infecting everything from MRI machines to label printers at pill production companies. All, it seems, without a clear purpose.The post Windows-powered medical scanners are being hit by healthcare hackers appeared first on Digital Trends.
If you have a Nintendo Switch gaming console, listen up. It would appear that a new "exploit chain" for Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems outlines an unpatchable process to run random code on all Nintendo Switches.The post A major exploit leaves every Nintendo Switch susceptible to hacking appeared first on Digital Trends.
Airbus has started testing an aircraft that can fly more than 20 hours without needing to refuel. The A350-900 XWB will go into service for Singapore Airlines next year, flying passengers between Singapore and New York City.The post Airbus’ latest A350 aircraft to break record for longest commercial flight appeared first on Digital Trends.
Anyone can upload anything to YouTube, but the company's computers are getting better at fishing out objectionable content. On Monday, YouTube revealed it removed 8.3 million videos in the last three months of 2017.The post YouTube removed 8M videos in 3 months, with machines doing most of the work appeared first on Digital Trends.
There is a rather sophisticated Internet Explorer zero-day bug that is apparently in the wild. It was discovered by Chinese antivirus company Qihoo 360 Core and infects PCs via a malicious Office document.The post Internet Explorer has a zero-day bug that Microsoft needs to fix appeared first on Digital Trends.
Unless you call in yourself, don't fall victim to the rising scams of attackers posing as tech support. These scammers will wipe your bank account and could compromise or steal your your personal data on your device.The post Microsoft warns Windows Defender can’t stop rising tech support scams appeared first on Digital Trends.
Microsoft will hold a new series of education courses for kids this summer. The courses focus on coding, game development, robotics, 3D moviemaking, and philanthropy. All classes are free and held at Microsoft Stores.The post Summer school is a drag, so enroll your kids in Microsoft’s Summer Camps appeared first on Digital Trends.
Apple's Mac OS would benefit from a merger with iOS. Apple could reinvigorate interest in its MacBook Pro laptop from its prosumer audience by adding features first found on iOS, like LTE support, inking capabilities, and a touchscreen to its Mac.The post Apple’s Tim Cook says people don’t want iOS and MacOS to merge. What do you say? appeared first on Digital Trends.
The original Falcon Northwest Tiki was one of our all-time favorite gaming PCs. We loved its compact form factor, powerful internals, and unique exterior design. That means the 2018 model has some big shoes to fill.The post Falcon Northwest Tiki 2018 review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Seattle-based Glowforge unveiled its innovative 3D laser printer which utilizes subtractive manufacturing instead of using additives, meaning it has the ability to carve and etch almost any material.The post Forget plastic — Glowforge 3D laser printer builds with wood, fabric, leather appeared first on Digital Trends.
Coal isn't dead yet, but tech firms are shifting the market towards cleaner more sustainable forms of power. And other companies, including firms that supply the tech giants, are beginning to follow their lead.The post In blow to coal industry, tech firms push for renewable energy appeared first on Digital Trends.
Amazon is reportedly developing home robotics products at its Lab123 hardware research and development division. People with insider knowledge of the work in Lab123 reportedly said home robots could be on the market as early as 2019.The post Is Alexa getting a big brother? Amazon is working on a secret home robot appeared first on Digital Trends.
Grip Gear is back with the new Movie Maker 2, a small video slider system for smartphones, action cameras and compact cameras. Along with enhancements to the slider, the company also introduced a dolly add-on.The post Grip Gear’s dolly slides phones, compact cameras around for smooth shots appeared first on Digital Trends.
Chinese game publishing giant Tencent is bringing back the Command and Conquer: Red Alert series with Red Alert Online. The game will be available on iOS and Android, though it isn't clear if it will come to the West.The post ‘Red Alert Online’ is coming to mobile devices, and people are not happy appeared first on Digital Trends.