BlackBerry’s next smartphone is the KeyOne — a promising Android phone targeted toward people who prefer physical keyboards. The company just postponed its release date to after May. The post BlackBerry KeyOne: Our first take appeared first on Digital Trends
Ever wanted to experience what it is like to be a master pianist tickling the ivories? A new video gives a sense of what that might feel like, courtesy of wearable eye-tracking glasses.
The ArchiTech Futurist is an updated version of the ArchiTech running shoe Under Armour released last year.
Thanks to a new study we now have pretty solid evidence that most manufacturers overestimate the length of their laptop’s battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 can be fooled with no more than a photo. For facial-recognition technology, that is par for the course — researchers have demonstrated ways to circumvent most systems.
We’re set to get a pretty serious speed boost to our LTE networks thanks to the advent of gigabit LTE — and T-Mobile has shown off just how fast it could get with the new Samsung Galaxy S8. The post T-Mobile shows off how incredibly fast gigabit LTE is on the Samsung Galaxy S8 appeared first on Digital Trends .
Mad Catz, a company that has produced video game peripherals for decades, has filed for bankruptcy and will liquidate all of its assets. The company recently partnered with Harmonix on Rock Band 4. The post Gaming accessory maker Mad Catz files for bankruptcy, seeks to liquidate assets appeared first on Digital Trends .
Nintendo’s Switch controllers, including the Joy-Cons and the apt-titled Pro Controller, use Bluetooth, which makes them compatible with your PC. Here’s how to start using them for PC gaming.
Last fall, a hacker caused thousands of unintentional 911 calls from iPhones that incapacitated emergency centers around the country. With the latest iOS update, it appears Apple has patched the exploit. The post Apple patches vulnerability that led to cyberattacks on 911 call centers appeared first on Digital Trends .
Not only is the Clarity Speaker the first stand-alone device to offer access to both voice services, it is also the first and only Alexa-enabled device to feature a multitouch screen. The post Alexa-enabled Clarity Speaker is like Amazon Echo with a touchscreen appeared first on Digital Trends .