Bentley has announced it will expand its lineup with a sub-Bentayga SUV and a sleek coupe inspired by the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept. The coupe will launch with a V8 engine, but it will spawn a 500-horsepower EV later in its production run. The post Bentley will leap into the EV segment with an ultra-quick 500-horsepower coupe appeared first on Digital Trends
Following a “strong beta testing period in which more than 150 merchants have already joined the PaidEasy platform,” the new app is described as “the quickest way to discover merchants, search offers, and open and close bills.” The post Never wait for the bill again with PaidEasy, available in the App Store today appeared first on Digital Trends .
Volkswagen has taken the wraps off a pair of concept Beetles, one for denim-lovers and one for desert warriors.
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt and musician Dave Grohl are the latest confirmed guests to make cameos in upcoming episodes of new ABC series The Muppets, both set to appear on the December 21 episode. The post Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Dave Grohl slated for musical throwdown on The Muppets appeared first on Digital Trends
A team of researchers at the University of New South Wales have announced that their recent experiment in quantum computing proves that it can be used to execute new types of computer instructions. The post Australian researchers prove that quantum coding is possible appeared first on Digital Trends .
Where scrolling requires more tilting, RotoView automatically switches to a dynamic scrolling mode where tilt changes controls the speed of scrolling. This makes the screen much easier to see since smaller tilts are required. The post Rotoview smart scroll lets you navigate your phone by tilting it appeared first on Digital Trends
The LG G4 is an amazing phone, but it’s far from a hit. LG will likely offer another G series flagship next year, so now is a good time to start the speculation.
Intel claims that Speed Shift can improve performance state transitions thirty-fold, but does that claim hold up?
As it turns out, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) system developed by Japan’s National Institute of Informatics is now smart enough to pass the country’s college entrance exam, scoring 511 out of 950 possible points. The post Robots can now get into college, surpassing human scores on standardized tests appeared first on Digital Trends
Infrared night vision may be coming to your car, your laptop, and even your smartphone thanks to graphene, a flexible, single-atom-thin carbon material that’s stronger than diamond, and is an excellent conductor of both electricity and heat. The post Graphene discovery opens the doors to night-vision cars and infrared gesture detection appeared first on Digital Trends .