There’s a new social network in town, and this one brings you closer to your friends than ever. vTime, the first virtual reality social network from Starship, has now launched on Google Cardboard The post vTime, the social network for VR, now lets you hang out in your photographs appeared first on Digital Trends .
If science is meant for public benefit, then it stands to reason that it should exist in the public domain. That, at least, appears to be the line of logic behind the European Union’s new law. The post The EU is pushing for Open Access on all publicly funded research appeared first on Digital Trends
The bounty hunters of today aren’t roaming the Wild West with a rifle and a pair of handcuffs — rather, they’re denizens of the online world, hunting for bugs. And boy, are they getting paid — by Twitter. The post Need some extra money
While certain members of the Senate have pushed hard for anti-encryption laws that would allow the government to spy on users, it seems as though those bills are on the way out, with most of the bills support gone. The post There isn't much support for the Senate's anti-encryption laws appeared first on Digital Trends .
Street photographer, Thomas Leuthard, shares 23 tips in this video from the Cooperative of Photography. Titled “23 Ninja Tips For Your Next Photo Walk,” the four-minute guide could help you master the medium. The post 23 tips to help take your street photography to the next level appeared first on Digital Trends .
Facebook’s Live Video feature is handier than you might think. Here’s what it does, and how to use the landmark feature on your iOS or Android device.
Last week, the smart home company Netatmo unveiled its new Connect platform, which allows developers to delve into its connected kit ecosystem, including the Welcome indoor camera, thermostat, and weather station. The post Netatmo's new Connect platform makes your smart objects smarter appeared first on Digital Trends .
Wondering which laptop brands are the most reliable in the long run? Check out our roundup of some of the most dependable manufacturers on the market, so you can opt for a machine that won’t break down within a year. The post Did your last laptop break too soon
According to an executive with American Airlines, a stunning 70,000 flyers with this one airline alone have missed their flights this year alone due to airport screening delays. The post 70,000 American Airlines passengers missed their flights because of the TSA appeared first on Digital Trends
Developed at Stanford University by James Ehrlich and designed by the Danish firm EFFEKT, ReGen Villages is a community that would produce all its own food and energy. The city’s residents would help keep the ecosystem running