Hackers pirate Netflix’s 4K streams for the first time
It's reported that torrenters now have access to a 4K Breaking Bad episode, coming in at close to 18GB, after pirates were able to overcome the latest Netflix copy protection technology. The post Hackers pirate Netflix’s 4K streams for the first time appeared first on Digital Trends.
What to Do If You Forget Your Android Phone’s PIN, Pattern, or Password
Android normally secures your device by demanding a PIN, pattern, or full password. Your phone isn’t useless if you forget the unlock code — you can bypass it and get back in.Click Here to Continue Reading...
Twitter sets modest goals to diversify its workforce
Twitter is setting modest goals to diversify its workforce while it fights a proposed class-action lawsuit that says the online messaging service discriminates against its female employees. The hiring targets were released Friday along with data showing that Twitter primarily employs white and Asian men in high-paying technology jobs, like most of its industry peers. Twitter is aiming to fill 16 percent of its technology jobs with women next year, up from 13 percent currently. The San Francisco ...
When he’s not on stage, Moby seeks out ‘happy accidents’ behind a camera
When Moby isn’t making electronic music, he’s behind the camera lens trying to photograph familiar scenes in new ways and capture “happy accidents.” The post When he’s not on stage, Moby seeks out ‘happy accidents’ behind a camera appeared first on Digital Trends....
Upcoming Apple TV remote will be motion sensitive: Report
Apple, which will host the iPhone launch event on September 9, is also said to introduce a new Apple TV. Along with design changes and internal improvements, a new report states that the device will also include a motion sensitive remote control with multi-axis sensors, a touchpad on the top, physical buttons on the bottom and a microphone for Siri as well. The redesigned remote control might also be the new competitor in casual gaming. “A game controller with a mi...
Google rolls out new colorful grid layout for app searches on Android devices
Google has rolled out a beautiful and colorful new layout for app search results on mobile devices. Doing a search result for any kind of app, such as news apps or games apps, will result in a grid of apps just above the regular search results, with each block offering a color according to the app’s icon. According to a report by Android Police, the ‘apps’ results layout is only exclusive to Android, as of now. The download numbers and ratings reflect the Play Store statistics ...
US International Trade Commission clears Microsoft of patent infringement
Microsoft Corp avoided a potentially costly setback to its mobile phone business on Friday as the U.S. International Trade Commission declined to block the import of its devices in a longstanding patent dispute. The decision rejected a ruling in April by a U.S. trade judge who found that Microsoft had infringed two InterDigital Inc wireless patents, and recommended an import ban. The commission’s action is good news for Microsoft, which has been struggling to compete with Apple I...
Facebook witnessed one billion users in a single day: Mark Zuckerberg
The biggest social networking platform Facebook has just gotten even bigger. Company CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook had one billion people logged on to the site on a single day, marking the first time in company history to reach this milestone. According to a Facebook post by the CEO, “On Monday, 1 in 7 people on Earth used Facebook to connect with their friends and family.” He stated that the company uses average numbers but this instance was different!&n...
Designing New Mobile Experiences For The Music-Loving Generation
 As music fans go mobile, music festivals are following suit. The kids in America are rocking out to T-Swift with a Natty Lite in one hand and a mobile phone open to native festival apps in the other. Schedules, venue maps, artists and vendors are all in the palm of partygoers hands. And festivals are even designing other features specifically to engage the throngs of eager event-goers,… Read More ...
17-year-old gets eleven years in jail for tweeting pro-ISIS content
17-year-old Virginia resident Ali Shukri Amin was sentenced to 11 years in jail today for running a Twitter page that solicited support for the terrorist group ISIS. The sentencing raises the issue of what types of online activity should be considered criminal. The post 17-year-old gets eleven years in jail for tweeting pro-ISIS content appeared first on Digital Trends....
Unleash the Beast: Go behind the scenes with Rezvani’s 500-hp carbon fiber supercar
Rezvani Motors has released a new behind-the-scenes video of its Beast supercar. The short film was shot by Integrity Media, and shows the 500-horsepower vehicle in all its glorious, smoky action. The post Unleash the Beast: Go behind the scenes with Rezvani’s 500-hp carbon fiber supercar appeared first on Digital Trends....
Red Rhino Entertainment Rhino Box review
The Rhino Box is an Android-based set top box that walks the line on serving up boatloads of content. Max of 155 characters (counting spaces) The post Red Rhino Entertainment Rhino Box review appeared first on Digital Trends.
GOAT Lets You Cop Kicks Without Getting Jacked
 Yesterday on Facebook, a man named Matt Neal sent out a plea. He’s 26, his blood type is B+ and he has a failing kidney. His ask? “One working kidney from a true sneaker head.” His offer? A pair of some of the hottest sneakers on the planet at the moment, Yeezy 350 Boosts. The pair of sneakers is made by Adidas, and designed in collaboration with Kanye West. Though the… Read More ...
Switzerland just completed construction of the world’s longest tunnel
Authorities in Switzerland officially announce construction on the longest tunnel in the world has finally finished and is scheduled to open in June 2016. The post Switzerland just completed construction of the world’s longest tunnel appeared first on Digital Trends.
CrunchWeek: Tech Stocks Fumble, Facebook Announces ‘M,’ And YouTube Takes On Twitch
 Welcome back to another episode of CrunchWeek. We’re very glad that you are here. This time ’round, our fearless Matthew Lynley headed the ship, while our own Josh Constine and your humble servant were on hand to help out along the way. We dug into the very turbulent global markets, and what that means for technology shares, along with a dive into the latest from Facebook, and,… Read More ...
Vine gives users ability to add music directly from phones, adds music discovery features
New music functionality on Vine gives users the ability to add music directly from their phones. Users can add a song from the app's new music library, or upload a track themselves, and then 'snap to beat' to create "seamless loops." The post Vine gives users ability to add music directly from phones, adds music discovery features appeared first on Digital Trends....
Judge’s Order To Shut Down NSA Phone Surveillance Reversed By Federal Appeals Court
 A federal appeals court has just ruled against a 2013 decision ordering the NSA to stop its bulk metadata collection program. The three-judge panel issued its ruling Friday, contending that conservative privacy activist Larry Klayman had not adequately argued the likeliness that his own data had been collected as a part of the metadata collection program. Judge Stephen Williams wrote… Read More ...
Did Bob Odenkirk & Jimmy Kimmel just poke fun at Fallon?
Were Bob Odenkirk and Jimmy Kimmel poking fun at the silly games that the late night talk show hosts - namely Jimmy Fallon - make celebrities play on their shows? It sure seems like it. The post Did Bob Odenkirk & Jimmy Kimmel just poke fun at Fallon? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Google’s App Search Results Now Look More Like An App Store
 Google has been working for some time to improve how it highlights mobile apps, and the data they contain, in its search results. And now, Android users performing Google searches for apps outside the Play Store will notice a big change in how apps are being presented in search results. Where before, apps were listed one-by-one with each app on its own line followed by a link to see… Read More ...
Tyga, Kylie Jenner among celebs cited for overuse of H20 as California’s drought crisis continues
A private security firm is helping a water district full of celebrity homes identify and penalize those not adhering to new laws governing water usage. Tyga, Kylie Jenner, and several other big-name celebs have already been cited. The post Tyga, Kylie Jenner among celebs cited for overuse of H20 as California’s drought crisis continues appeared first on Digital Trends....