Fatalities are up on U.S. roads for a second year, and officials aren’t sure why
Increased miles traveled cannot account for the rise in U.S. traffic fatalities, which so are about eight percent higher in 2016 than 2015. Eight consecutive quarters have seen vehicle deaths rise over the previous year's statistics. The post Fatalities are up on U.S. roads for a second year, and officials aren’t sure why appeared first on Digital Trends....
Gervonta Davis Is The Champion ... And Now Wants Rihanna (VIDEO)
New IBF champ Gervonta Davis has something much sexier than boxing super stardom on his mind for the future ... telling TMZ Sports now that he's the man, he wants RIHANNA. 22-year-old Davis absolutely DESTROYED Jose Pedraza to take the junior…
Clothing maker Scott Jordan talks about the future of fashion
 Scott Jordan never meant to make clothes. He was a lawyer by trade and wanted something he could wear to keep his Walkman from snagging on doorknobs. A few iterations later he invented the ScottEVest, a vest with loads of pockets and secret channels for headphones and other cables. Now, after over a decade in the business, he believes that while our clothing might seem more high tech the… Read More ...
Toontastic 3D launched by Google, an educational animation app for kids
Google has launched Toontastic 3D, a free app meant for children that adults might find fun to use as well. The application allows kids to create animated videos for use in school projects, short stories, design pitches or just to explore their creativity. Google describes the application as a “digital puppet theater.” The application can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. Using the application is very simple and straightforward. There are a number...
Clothing maker Scott Jordan talks about the future of fashion
 Scott Jordan never meant to make clothes. He was a lawyer by trade and wanted something he could wear to keep his Walkman from snagging on doorknobs. A few iterations later he invented the ScottEVest, a vest with loads of pockets and secret channels for headphones and other cables. Now, after over a decade in the business, he believes that while our clothing might seem more high tech the… Read More ...
AMC unveils James Cameron docuseries on the evolution of sci-fi
The television network AMC has announced an upcoming documentary series (docuseries) from James Cameron that’ll explore the origins and evolution of science fiction. The series currently has the working title “Story of Science Fiction,” though there’s a good chance we’ll see that change by the time the show launches. Cameron, of course, is behind such notable works as Avatar, Aliens, … Continue reading...
AMC unveils James Cameron docuseries on the evolution of sci-fi
The television network AMC has announced an upcoming documentary series (docuseries) from James Cameron that’ll explore the origins and evolution of science fiction. The series currently has the working title “Story of Science Fiction,” though there’s a good chance we’ll see that change by the time the show launches. Cameron, of course, is behind such notable works as Avatar, Aliens, … Continue reading...
Samsung Smartcams have a critical remote execution security vulnerability
The humble webcam can by its very nature open you up to privacy concerns and can be used to host botnets for distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Recently, Samsung's Smartcam has been identified as having a serious vulnerability. The post Samsung Smartcams have a critical remote execution security vulnerability appeared first on Digital Trends....
Bill Belichick: 'I'm Not On SnapFace' ... Not Worried About 'A-Holes' Comment (AUDIO)
Bill Belichick says he isn't on "SnapFace" or "InstaChat" ... and therefore doesn't give a crap about the cyber-insults the Steelers spewed on social media. The Patriots head coach appeared on WEEI in Boston and was asked to respond to Mike Tomlin…
A new lawsuit alleges anti-aging startup Elysium Health hasn’t paid its sole supplier
 Chromadex, the sole supplier of anti-aging startup Elysium Health‘s two main product ingredients pterostilbene and Nicotinamide Riboside (NR), is suing the startup for failure to make payments on those ingredients and for breach of a trademark and royalties agreement. According to a document on Chromadex’s website, dated December 29, 2016, Elysium “made false promises… Read More ...
NASA mobile game lets you grow plants on the ISS
NASA quietly launched a mobile game last month that allows gamers to grow their own virtual plants aboard the International Space Station. Called “Space Science Investigations: Plant Growth,” the game takes players aboard the ISS, where they meet the crew, gather items, float around, and ultimately get their own mission: experimental plant growth. According to the iTunes listing, the game … Continue reading...
Raspberry Pi’s new Compute Module 3 is an even lower cost single-board PC
While there is a place for single-board PCs like the Raspberry Pi with a full complement of ports and storage options, some applications can get by with even simpler versions. The Compute Module 3 is the perfect solution. The post Raspberry Pi’s new Compute Module 3 is an even lower cost single-board PC appeared first on Digital Trends....
Obamas on the Move (PHOTO)
The president and his family are just like us ... schlepping boxes when you move from one house to another. The Obamas are packin' up and moving boxes from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. to their new rental digs near Georgetown. They've got some art (no,…
5 ways cloud telephony is powering growing businesses
By Devishobha Chandramouli Microsoft has listed cloud telephony as one of the four technology trends that have the potential to shape businesses. Cloud telephony is emerging as a major enabler of new business trends for both established businesses and startups- as somewhat of a magic solution that intersects service and scale. And this is precisely the reason why cloud telephony is a boon for growing businesses. For a business in the growth phase, reliability and scale are the two most...
AT&T denies refunds for DirecTV Now customers, despite the service’s performance issues
 A number of consumers report they’re unable to get a refund for their subscription to AT&T’s recently launched streaming service, DirecTV Now – something they’ve requested after being unhappy with the new service’s performance. According to several postings on AT&T’s official forums, customers found the only way to get help was through a… Read More ...
Galaxy S8 S Health app tipped with doctor scheduling feature
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will include an updated S Health app that allows users to schedule doctor appointments directly within the app, according to sources. This will be one of multiple new features coming to the new health app, the others including integration with health-related services including WebMC and Amwell, video access to certified medical professionals, and more. The information … Continue reading...
You may soon be able to hail Lyft in across the globe, if signs are accurate
Lyft already has international partners, but may be changing course to build its own ridesharing brand internationally. Recent financial reports indicate profitability sooner than Uber. The post You may soon be able to hail Lyft in across the globe, if signs are accurate appeared first on Digital Trends.
Martin Luther King III Says Trump Meeting Went Well (VIDEO)
Martin Luther King III says he and Donald Trump were able to find some common ground on a day dedicated to his late father. We got the famous civil rights leader's eldest living son Monday leaving Trump Tower, after he and the Prez-elect sat down…
OpenAI has admirable intentions, but its priorities should change
 Artificial intelligence is one of the hottest topics in business and science. Developers and industry analysts are all-in, building castles in the sky with tales of an impending AI “awakening.” In preparation for this sea change, Elon Musk and Sam Altman founded OpenAI, a nonprofit with the dual mission of ensuring that AI stays safe and its benefits are widely and evenly distributed. Read More ...
Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, has died
NASA has revealed that retired astronaut Eugene “Gene” Cernan, the last many to walk on the moon, has passed away at the age of 82. Born in Chicago in 1934, Cernan went on to become one of 14 astronauts NASA selected in 1963. His career was long and varied, and included serving as a pilot for the Gemini IX mission, … Continue reading...