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15 great websites for free audiobooks

15 great websites for free audiobooks
Finding free audiobooks can be tough, especially ones that are worth your time. Thankfully, we've rounded up the best sites for obtaining free audiobooks, whether you want to listen online or off.The post 15 great websites for free audiobooks appeared first on Digital Trends.

Samsung is upping its emoji game with 646 new icons for the Galaxy S8

Samsung is upping its emoji game with 646 new icons for the Galaxy S8
Samsung's new flagship comes with a not-so-hidden feature: 646 new emoji, including a group of laptop-wielding technologists, a pretzel, chopsticks, a scientist, judge, pilot, teacher, and more. The post Samsung is upping its emoji game with 646 new icons for the Galaxy S8 appeared first on Digital Trends.

Report: Android app purchases could overtake iOS this year

Report: Android app purchases could overtake iOS this year
Thanks to dominant market share and a rapidly growing install base in burgeoning markets, Android may finally pass iOS this year in terms of app revenue, according to a report from analytics firm App Annie. The post Report: Android app purchases could overtake iOS this year appeared first on Digital Trends.

Silicon Valley Warriors: Draymond Green discusses technology’s growing influence on the NBA

Silicon Valley Warriors: Draymond Green discusses technology’s growing influence on the NBA
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green told us how the NBA embraces technology to help players properly recover and how HotelTonight helps him find the best deals on last-minute hotel rooms.The post Silicon Valley Warriors: Draymond Green discusses technology’s growing influence on the NBA appeared first on Digital Trends.

Asus UX370 Windows 10 2-in-1 details leak out in FCC certification process

Asus UX370 Windows 10 2-in-1 details leak out in FCC certification process
The Asus Zenbook Flip UX370, an upcoming Windows 10 2-in-1 device that would replace the UX360, appears to have entered the FCC certification process and some interesting information has been uncovered.The post Asus UX370 Windows 10 2-in-1 details leak out in FCC certification process appeared first on Digital Trends.

Robots finally make themselves useful, will deliver Domino’s pizza in Europe

Robots finally make themselves useful, will deliver Domino’s pizza in Europe
Domino’s Pizza has announced that, from this summer, customers in certain parts of Europe will be able to have piping hot pizza delivered to their door by robot. Quick: There's still time for you to move there!The post Robots finally make themselves useful, will deliver Domino’s pizza in Europe appeared first on Digital Trends.

Samsung may sell refurbished versions of ill-fated Note 7 devices in South Korea

Samsung may sell refurbished versions of ill-fated Note 7 devices in South Korea
Samsung may sell refurbished units of the ill-fated Note 7 in select markets. According to some reports, it's looking to offload as many as 500,000 units in its home country of South Korea. The post Samsung may sell refurbished versions of ill-fated Note 7 devices in South Korea appeared first on Digital Trends.

Turd vs. tech: Inside the bizarre quest to build a poop-scooping drone

Turd vs. tech: Inside the bizarre quest to build a poop-scooping drone
People in tech like to dream big. 30-year-old Gerben Lievers wants to use drones and ground-based robots to clean up dog poop. And it's not (quite) as ridiculous as it might first sound.The post Turd vs. tech: Inside the bizarre quest to build a poop-scooping drone appeared first on Digital Trends.

‘World of Warcraft’ players targeted by email phishing scam

‘World of Warcraft’ players targeted by email phishing scam
World of Warcraft players have reported a new email phishing scam that attempts to convince recipients to part with their login credentials, using the promise of free in-game pets and mounts.The post ‘World of Warcraft’ players targeted by email phishing scam appeared first on Digital Trends.

Show your Galaxy S8 you care with one of these great cases

Show your Galaxy S8 you care with one of these great cases
Protect that curvy display and stamp your own style on Samsung's smartphone with the best Galaxy S8 cases and covers. We've got everything from rugged drop protection to minimalist shells. The post Show your Galaxy S8 you care with one of these great cases appeared first on Digital Trends.

Big, beautiful, but breakable: Check out the best Galaxy S8 Plus cases

Big, beautiful, but breakable: Check out the best Galaxy S8 Plus cases
There’s no denying Samsung’s ability to turn out an attractive smartphone, but glass curves are expensive to fix and metal chips easily. Check out the best Galaxy S8 Plus cases. The post Big, beautiful, but breakable: Check out the best Galaxy S8 Plus cases appeared first on Digital Trends.

SAM is a construction robot that can lay bricks 6 times faster than you can

SAM is a construction robot that can lay bricks 6 times faster than you can
You can’t throw a rock in 2017 without finding some new area where robots are being employed. The latest? A bricklaying robot called SAM100 that is capable of building walls six times faster than a human bricklayer. The post SAM is a construction robot that can lay bricks 6 times faster than you can appeared first on Digital Trends.

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe
The House voted to repeal privacy rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission, but there is no cause for mass hysteria. Washington is essentially preventing two agencies from regulating the same privacy issues.The post Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe appeared first on Digital Trends.

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe
The House voted to repeal privacy rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission, but there is no cause for mass hysteria. Washington is essentially preventing two agencies from regulating the same privacy issues.The post Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe appeared first on Digital Trends.

Cortana-powered personal assistant devices will support 2-way Skype calling

Cortana-powered personal assistant devices will support 2-way Skype calling
Microsoft will be joining the competitive "headless" personal digital assistant device market soon with a "premium smart speaker" produced by Harman Kardon and it will offer two-way Skype calling.The post Cortana-powered personal assistant devices will support 2-way Skype calling appeared first on Digital Trends.

Lost in navigation: Sat-navs switch off parts of our brain, study suggests

Lost in navigation: Sat-navs switch off parts of our brain, study suggests
A new study suggests that drivers who use technology like satellite navigation (sat-nav) systems don’t benefit from memory-associated boosts to the brain because sat-navs effectively turn off parts of our hippocampus.The post Lost in navigation: Sat-navs switch off parts of our brain, study suggests appeared first on Digital Trends.

‘Tom Clancy’s ShadowBreak’ brings tactical first-person shooting to mobile devices

‘Tom Clancy’s ShadowBreak’ brings tactical first-person shooting to mobile devices
Tom Clancy's ShadowBreak is a tactical sniping and strategy game built exclusively for iOS and Android devices. Its the second Clancy game of 2017 following March's launch of Ghost Recon Wildlands. The post ‘Tom Clancy’s ShadowBreak’ brings tactical first-person shooting to mobile devices appeared first on Digital Trends.

Xerox brings touch interfaces, apps, and personalization to office printing

Xerox brings touch interfaces, apps, and personalization to office printing
In an effort to redefine an entire product category, Xerox is launching 29 new printers and multifunction devices that share a renewed approach to how users interact with them, complete with tablet-like interfaces and apps.The post Xerox brings touch interfaces, apps, and personalization to office printing appeared first on Digital Trends.

Circle this date: Google Calendar app is finally optimized for iPad

Circle this date: Google Calendar app is finally optimized for iPad
Google has released a new version of Google Calendar optimized for the iPad. It's the Google Calendar you know and love -- there aren't many new features to speak of -- but takes advantage of the increased real estate in novel ways. The post Circle this date: Google Calendar app is finally optimized for iPad appeared first on Digital Trends.

Laser-toting drone could hack secure computers via their flatbed scanner

Laser-toting drone could hack secure computers via their flatbed scanner
Researchers from Israel's Cyber Security Research Center have conceived of a method by which hackers could bypass firewalls by hacking a flatbed scanner using a laser-toting drone.The post Laser-toting drone could hack secure computers via their flatbed scanner appeared first on Digital Trends.

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