Google and Samsung have announced that going forward, Play Music will be the default music player and streaming service on all new Samsung phones and tablets. Owners of new Samsung devices will get some extra perks, too. The post Google Play Music is now the default music service on new Samsung phones, tablets appeared first on Digital Trends.
Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest apps on sale in the iOS App Store. The post Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends.
This 360 camera has no name, launch date or price -- but it exists, shoots in 4K and captures surround sound. The prototype Ricoh Theta camera will be on display at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. The post 4K resolution is coming to the popular Ricoh Theta appeared first on Digital Trends.
Samsung has a winner on its hands. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and its big brother, the S8+, are two exquisite slabs of glass-covered technology. Instantly lust-worthy devices, yet both are nearly upended by one terrible decision. The fingerprint reader. Samsung's decision to put it on the back next to the camera to make way for the incredible 5.8-inch infinity display is an awful one. It takes an exquisite piece of technology and makes it awkward. Samsung averts disaster by jamming the Galaxy S8 full of biometric options: there's also facial recognition and an iris scanner. For me, the latter is my go-to unlocking and payment authentication option. Read more...More about Iphone 8, Galaxy S8, Iphone, Samsung, and Apple
If you've ever watched an episode of period drama Versailles, you'll know that they're not adverse to showing a bit of nudity. SEE ALSO: Ben Affleck and Sienna Miller discuss the reality of shooting sex scenes Or even quite a lot of nudity. Image: mirrorVersailles takes place in the 17th century, during the reign of France's Louis XIV. As you've probably guessed, there's quite a bit of sex in it. A quick glance at French Twitter is enough show just how damn raunchy the show is: Les scènes de sexe dans Versailles sont ouf — éva (@suchawallflower) March 21, 2017 Translation: "The sex scenes in Versailles are crazy." Read more...More about France, Uk, Funny, Sex Scenes, and Marketing
On Thursday's Late Show, Stephen Colbert did a bit of digging into Bill O'Reilly's past following news that the television host is out at Fox News. Naturally, Colbert turned to O'Reilly's 1998 novel Those Who Trespass — as did the New Yorker, earlier that day — for insight: Hm, who does that sound like? O'Reilly lost his job after the New York Times revealed that 21st Century Fox paid out about $13 million in settlements to women who say the television host sexually harassed them. Read more... More about Tv, Watercooler, and Watercooler
There's another piece of code that's targeting IoT devices, and it's growing. The strange thing, however, is that as far as anyone can tell, the so-called "Hajime" code isn't doing anything bad, and might be doing some good. The post Hajime is a ‘white worm’ that infects and secures vulnerable IoT devices appeared first on Digital Trends.
Dodge claims its 2018 Challenger SRT Demon is the quickest accelerating production car from 0 to 60 mph, but what about the Tesla Model S P100D with Ludicrous Mode? We break it all down right here. The post Is the Dodge Demon really the quickest accelerating production car around? appeared first on Digital Trends.
The hottest thing in Silicon Valley is coming soon to ... well, pretty much everything. Augmented reality is shaping up to be the next big digital gold rush, and consumers should ready themselves for the onslaught. Apple's doing it. So are Google and Snapchat. Oh, and as we saw recently, Facebook is as well. AR has thoroughly trounced virtual reality in the battle for developers' hearts and minds, and with the amount of money behind the technology, it's only a matter of time before even the Luddites of the world are forced to grapple with it in some form or another. SEE ALSO: Facebook's top VR researcher explains why augmented reality is the future Read more...More about Smartphones, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Ar, and Apple