Motorola Razr is back!
Motorola has revived the Razr namesake, and with it brought us a modern smartphone packing a gorgeous foldable screen. It's a splash of something new while still evoking the nostalgic look and feel of a phone you can slam shut. But for all this beauty and wonder, there is a cost.
Arlo Delivers Support for Apple's HomeKit to Add its Cameras | Digital Trends
After announcing at CES earlier this year that it was launching support to add its popular smart security cameras to Apple's HomeKit smart home platform, device manufacturer Arlo has delivered on its promise in its latest update by enabling users to add cameras to the platform.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 Review: The Apple Watch for Android | Digital Trends
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 rounds out Samsung's watch lineup well, offering Android users the essential functionalities and price of an Apple Watch Sport. Adding ECG, LTE, and some new third-party app integrations, its biggest competitors are its own Galaxy Watch siblings and its predecessor.
CGI faces will soon be indistinguishable from real ones. Here’s how.
British computer graphics company Cubic Motion has developed a breakthrough way of doing high fidelity motion capture without requiring markers and a motion capture suit. Here's how it works -- and why the company's dream of next-gen motion capture goes way beyond video games.
This Single Tweet Contains the Complete Written Works of Shakespeare | Digital Trends
It might sound like a Dan Brown tech thriller plot point, but it's not. A computer science undergraduate really has managed to hide the complete works of one of the world’s greatest writers in a single tiny image that was shared in a Twitter message. Here's how he carried it out.
This Motorcycle Jacket Has Built-in Lights That Sync With Your Bike | Digital Trends
Motorbike leathers are there to protect riders from injury, but they can make bikers difficult to see in the dark. A new Kickstarter campaign hopes to help change that -- thanks to a stylish leather jacket that features some smart LED lighting technology. Here's what it does.
Caltech's Tiny New Gyroscope is Smaller Than a Single Grain of Rice | Digital Trends
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have found a way to significantly shrink optical gyroscopes 500 times smaller than the current state-of-the-art models. The results are smaller than a single grain of rice, and could be used in everything from gaming to satellites.
Looking Glass owners will soon be able to get more holograms on Vimeo
We're inching closer to recreating the iconic, holographic scene in Star Wars of Princess Leia calling out to Obi-Wan Kenobi for help. A company in Brooklyn, New York, has created a holographic display that lets you see sharp, high-contrast 3D content. It's called the Looking Glass.
This New Smart Speaker Allows You to Take Alexa Into the Shower
They say some of your greatest ideas or thoughts come to you in the shower. Now, you can stay connected easily while you're there. Tell Alexa to set reminders, save an idea, play music and more; all while remaining in your normal morning routine.
Package Delivery Robots are Ready to Steal Your Mailman’s Job | Digital Trends
Starship Technologies is launching a robot package-delivery service in the U.S. and U.K. For a monthly subscription fee, customers will be able to get packages delivered at a time and place of their convenience. You can even use a mobile app to check up on your delivery!
Bitcoin turns 10 today. Here’s how it went from play money to global phenomenon
From its birth 10 years ago, Bitcoin has grown from fledgling cryptocurrency proof-of-concept into a real world cash alternative that's taken seriously by everyone from technologists to governments. How did it get to that point? Check out our handy potted history to find out.