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We're rooting for the bad guy in this Iron Fist season 2 trailer

On Thursday, Netflix dropped the trailer for Season 2 of Marvel's Iron Fist and it looks like we'll be rooting for the bad guy this season.

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12 times Madonna slayed our TV screens

Though she's probably best known to a new generation as a social media stunt queen and for refusing to dress like a little old lady, her outsized influence on pop culture can't be denied

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Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has died at age 76

Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, died Thursday, Aug. 16, surrounded by friends and family in Detroit, Michigan. She was 76.

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Smolderholder alert! Here's your first look at Ian Somerhalder in his new Netflix series

If you've missed Ian Somerhalder's trademark smolder since The Vampire Diaries went off the air last year, we've got good news for you

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What to stream the weekend of August 17

The world can be an overwhelming place, which is why there's no shame in hiding out indoors and binge-watching your favorite shows

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Matt Groening's Disenchantment is a disappointment

You can tell pretty quickly that Disenchantment won't be living up to the quality of the other shows in the Groeningverse

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The 100's Marie Avgeropoulos arrested for domestic violence

The 100 star Marie Avgeropoulos was arrested in Los Angeles last week and booked for felony domestic violence

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Can you name all the stars in the teaser for Matthew Weiner's new show?

We haven't heard much from Matthew Weiner since his acclaimed series Mad Men faded out with a Coke ad some three years ago, but he's back with Amazon's upcoming anthology The Romanoffs

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Castle Rock renewed for season 2

Castle Rock, Hulu's Stephen King-inspired anthology series from executive producer J.J. Abrams, has been renewed for a second season

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WWE's Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart dead at 63

Pro wrestler Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart has died

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Mark Hamill is going from Jedi Knight to Knights Templar for History drama

The most famous Jedi Knight is playing a different kind of knight this time around

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Julianna Margulies will get medical again for ebola series The Hot Zone

Julianna Margulies has booked her next TV role, and it's going to have you washing and rewashing your hands.

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Female staffers quit Talking Dead upon Chris Hardwick's return

Talking Dead returns to AMC Sunday night following the premiere of the second half of Fear the Walking Dead's fourth season, but some members of the aftershow's crew won't be there for it.

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Stop what you're doing: the first Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 2 teaser is here

Everyone's favorite up-and-coming comedienne Midge is back with her lovingly dysfunctional family in the first trailer for the second season of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

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Paul Rudd will star opposite Paul Rudd in a new Netflix comedy series

Paul Rudd is the latest movie star to make the leap to TV

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Hell yeah, Master Chief will be in Showtime's Halo series

It took them long enough, but Showtime finally confirmed that its upcoming Halo series will feature the video game franchise's biggest hero: the one and only Master Chief

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Max is leaving Catfish, so what is even the point anymore?

Max Joseph is leaving Catfish and he's barely even giving us time to say goodbye

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Netflix's The Innocents looks insanely good in this exciting new trailer

This August, Netflix will add its own spin to that age-old tale of two teens falling in love and running off together

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The Walking Dead's Negan is joining fighting video game Tekken

Negan, the whistling, barbed-wire-wrapped baseball bat-wielding bad guy from AMC's horror drama The Walking Dead, will be a playable character in Tekken 7

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Yes, the Psych movie sequel is still happening... eventually

When creator Steve Franks revealed he had a total of six Psych movies in the works last year, we have to admit we were skeptical about how many would actually get made

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What to stream the weekend of August 10

The world can be an overwhelming place, which is why there's no shame in hiding out indoors and binge-watching your favorite shows

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How Sesame Street teaches kids empathy

The most important lesson Sesame Street is teaching youngsters is so subtle that even their parents might not pick up on it

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HGTV is going to save the original Brady Bunch house

Brady Bunch fans can enjoy the iconic home for years to come!

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Homeland is officially ending after season 8

Carrie Mathison better be stocking up on some lumberjack gear, because Homeland's upcoming eighth season will officially be its last.

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The trailer for Netflix's Maniac is trippy AF

Netflix's Maniac is poised to be one of the biggest TV events of the year

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The Facts of Life star Charlotte Rae dies at 92

Charlotte Rae, best known for playing housemother Mrs. Garrett on The Facts of Life, has died at the age of 92.

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Fortnite Flaming Hoops challenge location guide

This weeks' Fortnite challenge, Flaming Hoops, will have you doing a daredevil impression. You might think flying through the hoops is the hard part, but finding and keeping the vehicle you need is the real challenge.

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Fake Pro Controllers for the Nintendo Switch hit the internet

A new series of third-party Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers have hit the internet and they go out of their way to mimic the layout, style, and advertising of Nintendo's official offerings.

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PUBG’s first global tournament was a success – until one grenade blew it apart

We attended the first PUBG Global Invitational in Berlin to answer a question that’s nagged at PUBG’s player base since the game rose to superstar status: Is the game a viable eSport?

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The stylish and crazy fun ‘Persona 5’ for the PS4 is now just $30

If you own a PS4 and haven't had the opportunity to play 'Persona 5,' then you're missing out on one of the platform's craziest and most fun games

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Multiroom speaker pioneer Sonos has gone public — here’s what that means to you

Industry-leading multiroom speaker company Sonos recently rang a bell of its own design on the Nasdaq, signaling its launch into the public sector with its own unique voice. But what does this mean for you?

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What to stream the weekend of August 3

The world can be an overwhelming place, which is why there's no shame in hiding out indoors and binge-watching your favorite shows

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Remember ALF? He's back, in reboot form

Hide your cats, Melmac's most famous export may be crash landing in your garage in the near future

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Hillary Clinton is a TV producer now

Hillary Clinton is adding "executive producer" to her lengthy resumé.

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Think ‘World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth’ can play on any PC? Think again.

A new ‘World of Warcraft’ expansion is upon us, and an increase in system requirements has come with it

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What is the ‘Soap Opera Effect’ in TV and how can you turn it off?

If the movie or TV show you're watching looks surreal, it's because of a TV setting called motion smoothing. It's called the Soap Opera Effect, and this is how to get rid of it forever.

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Tesla adding in-car Atari games, a party mode, and an improved Autopilot

Tesla will release the next version of its infotainment system in early September. Called V9.0, it will add fun features including at least three Atari games displayed on the touch screen plus a party and camper mode.

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Watch the teaser for Lindsay Lohan's Vanderpump Rules-style reality show

The rumors are true: as previously hinted, Lindsay Lohan is returning to reality TV.

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Facebook dismantles fake accounts that had thousands interested in a rally

A group of coordinated fake Facebook accounts created a rally that had thousands of users interested in attending. Facebook removed the Pages and accounts.

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How to delete and reinstall games on your Xbox One

Removing and reinstalling games on the Xbox One's hard drive isn't difficult, but it's a process that not everyone is familiar with. Thankfully, our guide will run you through each step so you'll know precisely what to do.

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The latest ‘Fortnite’ event is an all-around explosive good time

Fortnite's new limited-time game mode, Fly Explosives, is an explosives-only variant featuring jetpacks and rocket launchers, which includes the return of guided missiles. Don't worry, they have been nerfed.

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Julia Roberts had to do multiple takes shooting Homecoming because she's clumsy

Filming the half-hour thriller did require some unique skills

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‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch” will arrive just in time for Halloween

Riverdale fans are in for a treat, as Netflix has announced that it'll be hosting the upcoming series Sabrina the Teenage Witch

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A rare Magic: The Gathering card just sold for more than a Porsche

An Alpha Black Lotus game card just sold on eBay for $87K, proving that collectible game cards from Magic: The Gathering continue to appreciate in value

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All In The Family and The Jeffersons reboots could be on the way!

In this age or reboots and revivals, it feels like modern TV has already remade all the great TV shows of old, but there were still a few gems that remained unexploited... until now.

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Mirrorless vs. DSLR: How do these competing camera systems stack up?

As mirrorless cameras grow up, the difference between mirrorless vs. DSLRs is narrower than ever before

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LeBron James is doing a talk show for HBO

LeBron James' move to Hollywood is already paying off.

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How to make your TV squeaky clean for not much green

Not sure how to clean the LCD, OLED, or plasma display that's the cornerstone of your living room?

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The best free TV shows on YouTube

TV networks have made a habit of putting episodes from popular series on YouTube for free. From premium platforms like Amazon Video to experimental newcomers like Viceland, we've compiled a few of the best episodes...

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Nikon D3300 vs. D3400: Which is the better entry-level camera?

Despite being nearly two years newer than the Nikon D3300, the D3400 is a surprisingly similar camera with only a few small differences. We break them down to see which entry-level camera best fits your needs. More>>

The best graphics cards

If you're serious about games, a good graphics card is essential. There’s no one-size-fits-all option for graphics cards, but our recommendations can help you pick from the best graphics cards for your needs. More>>

‘Warframe’ gives polish the middle finger, and fans love it

Most games seek elegance. Warframe takes a very different approach. It achieves greatness through a complete disregard for what should be possible, and the result is a wonderful mess. More>>

Here’s how to hide your active status on Instagram

The Activity Status mode on Instagram shows people whenever you are online, similar to Facebook Messenger. If that annoys you, here's how to hide your active status on Instagram with a quick settings change. More>>

The best Intel processors

Intel chips are still arguably the best for gaming and other predominantly single-threaded tasks. If you're wanting an Intel chip for your next upgrade, this guide will show you the best Intel processors currently on the... More>>

What’s a mirrorless camera and what makes it different from a DSLR?

So, what exactly is a mirrorless camera and what makes them so special? In this article, we break down what exactly a mirrorless camera is, how they differ from the likes of a DSLR camera, and what the pros and cons are of... More>>

This wacky foot-long macro lens lets you probe deep into the insect world

Venus Optics’ Laowa Macro Probe lens has a long, slim barrel that’s designed to let you access tight spaces. If you’re a photographer interested in the bug world, this odd-looking lens could be just the ticket. More>>

It’s over: Tinder won the dating wars. Swipe or stay home

From OKCupid to Bumble, a variety of online dating apps still elbow for superiority, but look at the numbers and the verdict is clear: Tinder wins by a mile. Here’s why the swiping model can’t be beat. More>>

The best Blu-ray players you can buy in 2018

Streaming may be popular, but the disc isn't dead yet! To get the very best picture and sound quality from your system, you need to be watching Blu-ray or 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Here are the best Blu-ray players you... More>>

The best HBO series (August 2018)

Whether you prefer the twisted world of 'True Detective' or the lovable techies that have quickly come to define 'Silicon Valley,' here are our picks of the best HBO series now available on HBO Now and HBO Go. More>>

What is Netflix Roulette, and how exactly does it work?

For years, educated viewers have been using Netflix Roulette to broaden their horizons. The web app can help you find movies and shows you'd never think to watch! What exactly is it, though, and how do you use it? We explain. More>>

Our guide to the Fly Explosives limited-time mode for ‘Fortnite’

What could make Fortnite better? How about a jetpack and a rocket launcher for every player? The new Limited Time Mode, Fly Explosives, does exactly that. It's a literal blast, or two, or three. Here's how to win it. More>>

Everything you need to know about ‘World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth’

'World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth' is the latest expansion for the now 14-year-old MMORPG. It goes back to the roots of the Alliance vs. Horde conflict. Here's everything you need to know including features, armor,... More>>

Why learn to use gadgets when they can just learn to help us? Exactly, says LG

Digital Trends sat down with LG Electronics’ president and CTO, I.P. Park, to discuss the company’s investment in AI and two research centers. The goal? To make smart products truly smart. More>>

How to add family members to your Apple Music subscription

Looking to save your family and maybe even yourself a little money? Here’s how to add family members to your Apple Music subscription without all the potential headaches that could get in your way. More>>

Snapchat now uses speech recognition to animate your face

Get your tongue back in your mouth -- Snapchat's latest Lenses react instead to a specific keyword. The new Lenses animate after hearing a specific keyword, which Snapchat displays on the screen. More>>

Need some tunes when you’re offline? Here’s how to download songs from Spotify

Did you know you can download up to 3,333 songs on your device with Spotify Premium? The process is incredibly straightforward, too, and literally takes seconds. Here's how to go about doing it. More>>

What is HLG HDR, and do you need it in your new TV?

There are already so many types of HDR signals, so just what is Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG for short) and how is it different from other types of HDR? It may not be used much now, but that could soon change in a big way. More>>

How to turn off subtitles on Netflix

Subtitles are great if you want or need them, but they can be a major headache if you’ve somehow turned them on by accident and can’t figure out how to get rid of them. Don't worry, it's not as complicated as it seems. More>>

‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ adds dynamic weather in latest update

The latest PC update for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has added dynamic weather to the Erangel and Miramar maps, which could completely change how a battle royale match plays out. More>>

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director James Gunn fired for offensive tweets

Guardians of the Galaxy franchise director and writer James Gunn has been fired by Disney after pundits unearthed several offensive tweets posted by the director almost a decade ago. More>>

Here’s everything you need to know about Ultra HD Blu-ray

Ultra HD Blu-ray discs and players will arrive later this year, just in time for the holidays. Here's everything you need to know to be prepared for one of the most significant advances in home entertainment we've seen in... More>>

Here’s everything you need to run 4K games and movies

4K display tech is here, but there's more to running stuff at such a high display resolution than just handing over the dough for a 4K-equipped display. Here's what you need to run 4K. More>>

‘Destiny 2: Forsaken – Legendary Edition’ brings all four adventures together

Activision is releasing a special edition of Destiny 2 that bundles the base game, Curse of Osiris, Warmind, and Forsaken for $60. It includes a level boost so you can start playing Forsaken quests when it launches... More>>

Imagine yourself doing the backstroke in one of the 10 largest pools in the world

From Egypt to Singapore to California, here's a pictorial breakdown of some of the biggest and largest pools in the world. Many of these pools are so big that you can even kayak and windsurf on them. More>>

Cord-cutting 101: How to quit cable for online streaming video

If you're going to quit cable or satellite for a streaming TV solution, you're going to want to get it right the first time. We've outlined exactly how to get started, step by step. Follow our lead, and you'll never look... More>>

Everything you need to know about Google’s Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra

Google's Chromecast plugs into your TV's HDMI port, allowing you to stream content from your tablet, laptop, or smartphone directly to your TV. Here's what you need to know about all iterations, including the 4K-ready... More>>

Become a master caster with these Google Chromecast tips and tricks

Google's Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra are the ultimate budget-friendly streaming devices for cord cutters. We've put together a list of our favorite tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your Chromecast. More>>

G-Sync vs. FreeSync

There are some subtle differences between the two adaptive refresh technology offerings, and they affect cost, performance, and compatibility. Nvidia may have released it's feature first, but in recent years AMD has... More>>

The best Amazon original series

Amazon Studios may not have as big a collection of in-house productions as Netflix, but there are still lots of shows worthy of your eyeballs. Here are our picks for the best Amazon original series. More>>

Start the week with this amusing video of a dog stealing a GoPro

A curious dog recently snatched some fella's GoPro and ran off with it. Filming the dog’s face the whole time, the footage is a comedy masterclass, with the mutt’s face and well-timed pauses providing lots of laughs. More>>

Nikon’s full-frame mirrorless is coming August 23. Here’s what experts expect to see

Nikon is keeping a tight lid on the details surrounding its upcoming full frame mirrorless camera. How much will a new full-frame mirrorless from a major DSLR player shake up the camera industry? More>>

Nokia is on a crusade to make your cell phone videos sound as good as they look

While cell phone cameras have enjoyed numerous upgrades over the past decade, very little has been done to improve audio quality. With its Ozo audio platform, Nokia looks to change that. More>>

Hear everything: Get the best from the LG G7 ThinQ’s brilliant audio system

The LG G7 ThinQ has a brilliant audio system. With the right equipment and settings, the G7 will return a blissful listening experience. Here's our guide on how to get the best from the LG G7 ThinQ's audio. More>>

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth allied races guide

The Hord and Alliance are seeking new allies in their struggle for control of Azeroth. Rather you pledge your allegiance to the Horde or Alliance, we've got a guide to help you unlock every allied race that's coming in... More>>

Everything you need to know about ‘Destiny 2: Forsaken’

Not only is Bungie adding a huge amount of new content to "Destiny 2" with its Year 2 expansion, "Forsaken," but it's changing the way a lot of things in its multiplayer shooter work going forward. Here's all the info we... More>>

Where to find all ‘Fortnite’ birthday cake locations

Fortnite is celebrating its first birthday with limited-time challenges that reward a special, exclusive in-game spray. All you need to do is dance in front of ten birthday cakes strewn across the map. Here's where to find... More>>

How to factory reset an Xbox One

Whether you're upgrading to a One X and giving your old console to a friend, or troubleshooting a technical issue, sometimes your Xbox One needs a clean slate. Here's our quick guide on how to factory reset an Xbox One. More>>

Jeff Goldblum is getting his own Nat Geo show and it's everything

Have you ever wanted to just hang out with Jeff Goldblum and talk about stuff?

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‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout’ radiates energy in phenomenal action scenes

You'll likely easily guess the spy thriller plot twists of "Mission: Impossible -- Fallout," but the action is so good you won't notice, or care. More>>

Put the pedal to the metal with the Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit

Nintendo has unveiled the latest kit in its Nintendo Labo building series. The Vehicle Kit will launch this September, and it includes materials to control a car, submarine, and plane. More>>

What is Terrarium TV? Here’s everything you need to know

Terrarium TV offers a way to watch movies & TV for free, but is it worth dealing with the dubious legality and unusual install process? We’ve got the answers you need in our thorough guide. More>>

The best Netflix original series

Netflix's stable of content has grown quickly, and the streaming service now boasts dozens of shows produced in-house. Looking for the cream of the crop? These are our picks for the best Netflix original series. More>>

How to delete a Netflix profile from your account

Need to delete an unwanted profile from your Netflix account? It's easy to do, no matter what kind of equipment you've got. Check out our handy explainer for step-by-step instructions. More>>

How to convert DVD to MP4

Given today's rapid technological advancements, physical discs are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Check out our guide on how to convert a DVD to MP4, so you can ditch discs for digital files. More>>

Demystify home audio with our ultimate A/V receiver buying guide

Today's A/V receivers are packed with lots of advanced technology and just plain cool features. From understanding watt ratings to Wi-Fi, we explain how to buy one that will last you years in our ultimate A/V receiver... More>>

Bolster your HD music catalog with the best high-res audio sites

Music connoisseurs relish HD audio, but scouring the web for all the best streaming and downloading sites can be a pain. Luckily, we've done the work for you. Check out our list, and let the high-resolution good times roll. More>>

The best Apple TV apps

If you're looking to turn your fourth-generation Apple TV or Apple TV 4K into an all-in-one entertainment powerhouse, we can help you get started with this list of the best Apple TV apps. More>>

The next major broadcast standard: ATSC 3.0 explained

ATSC 3.0 is the next major update to the broadcast standard we use today. Will this be the second coming of free over-the-air TV? We're here to explain everything about the new standard. More>>

Reality shines into your ‘Minecraft’ escape via Windows Mixed Reality Flashlight

What’s great about VR is that you can get the full building experience in Minecraft. The drawback is that you don’t have visual access to the real world without lifting or removing the headset. Microsoft has a fix for... More>>

How to delete and reinstall games on your PS4

PlayStation 4 games eat up storage space quickly, which will inevitably require you to make room for new games. Here's how to delete and reinstall games on PS4 for those times when you have to manage your storage space. More>>

The 10 Best Selfie Sticks

Get your selfie on with the perfect selfie stick. Some feature Bluetooth capabilities, while others work under water. There is one for everyone and they always take the perfect selfie. More>>

The first six ‘World of Warcraft’ expansions are now free, as they should be

Blizzard has made all previous World of Warcraft expansions – and the original 2004 game – free with a subscription, and it’s the best decision the company could make.

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Steam’s revamped chat client makes it easier to game with friends

Steam's overhauled chat client has exited beta and is available now for all users. The client adds group chat, channels, encrypted voice chat, and sharing of inline GIFs and videos.

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720P vs. 1080p vs. 4K UHD: What’s the best resolution for your TV?

720p? 1080p? 4K UHD? What does it all mean? Choosing the best resolution for your TV can be tough, but fear not: We’ll break down the dirty details and help you figure out the right resolution for you. More>>

What is a DSLR camera and how is it different from mirrorless?

So, you've heard the term and discovered all of the gadgets that go along with one, but what exactly is a DSLR camera? We answer that and more in our thorough guide on digital single-lens reflex cameras. More>>

How to watch Blu-rays on the Xbox One S and Xbox One X

While the Xbox One S and Xbox One X boost the visuals of your games, they also can pull double duty as Blu-ray players. Check out our guide on how to watch Blu-rays on the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. More>>

‘Fallout: Miami’ mod offers ‘Fallout 4’ a taste of (a destroyed) paradise

The official trailer for Fallout: Miami -- a mod for Fallout 4 -- has been released, and it looks to be made with as much polish as the original game. The mod contains an all-new area and missions. More>>

‘Hellblade’ comes to VR, free for those who own the game on Steam

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is already an incredibly immersive game, and it will become even more so when it comes to HTC Vive and Oculus Rift on July 31. The VR version will be free for those who own the game on Steam. More>>

A guide to Wrecking Ball, Overwatch’s adorably awesome hamster

Overwatch's 28th hero is Wrecking Ball, a massive mech piloted by an adorable hamster named Hammond. Though he's a tank, Wrecking Ball demands a more aggressive and thoughtful playstyle than Reinhardt or Orisa. More>>

A safer Twitter may be around the corner thanks to API guidelines, restrictions

Third-party developers have historically been able to leverage the Twitter API in order to build apps and other software that work with the social media company. Now, guidelines are getting stricter. More>>

Here’s every game you’ll want to play in 4K HDR on the PS4 Pro

The PlayStation 4 Pro can play any PS4 game, but a select number of titles have been optimized to take advantage of the platform. Here's list of every new and upcoming game that will benefit from the PS4 Pro. More>>

3rd Rock actress Elmarie Wendel passes away at 89

Actress Elmarie Wendel has passed away at the age of 89, her daughter has revealed via social media.

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‘Fortnite’ Playground Mode adds squad selection in its July 25 return

Just weeks after Epic removed the popular limited-time Playground Mode from Fortnite: Battle Royale, the studio is bringing it back on July 25. The revised version of the creative mode adds squad selection and ATK vehicles.

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Everything you need to know about ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 arrives to consoles and PC this October. Here's everything you need to know about the game, including information on competitive multiplayer, Zombies, and Blackout.

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IGTV is sweet — but you probably don’t need the dedicated app. Here’s why

IGTV is a platform designed for video viewing on a smartphone, which means an experience with full-screen videos and gesture-based controls from a platform you probably already use. But do you really need to download the app?

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The 25 best Nintendo 3DS games

The 3DS is home to a large library, including some of the greatest games Nintendo has ever published. We've compiled this list of some of the best Nintendo 3DS games currently available. More>>

Apple’s HomePod may soon be able to pull double duty as a proper speakerphone

The upcoming HomePod OS 12 looks like it will bring some interesting new features to Apple’s smart speaker, including support for multiple timers and the ability to make and answer phone calls. More>>

MicroLED vs. OLED | The differences explained

Samsung claims its new MicroLED TV tech offers all the benefits of OLED without the drawbacks. Join Digital Trends to take a close look to see if MicroLED TV lives up to the hype and where it could go in the future. More>>

How to take pictures of a solar eclipse without damaging your eyes or camera

Although the next solar eclipse isn't until next year, we’ve rounded up a few tips and tidbits on how to best capture the astronomical anomaly safely without risking damage to your camera or eyes. More>>

Lindsay Lohan is doing a Vanderpump Rules-style show in Greece for MTV

The rumors are true: as previously hinted, Lindsay Lohan is returning to reality TV.

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Need a new laptop? We’re giving away a Dell XPS 13 compact laptop PC

Compact laptops can sometimes be hit-or-miss, but Dell has hit a home run with its fantastic XPS series, and we're giving our readers a chance to score one for themselves. Enter for a chance to bring home a new Dell XPS 13... More>>

Leak shows Intel’s 9th-gen Core i7 desktop CPU won’t have hyper-threading

A supposed leak suggests that Intel will not provide hyper-threading tech on its ninth-generation Core i7-9700K CPU. This news is notable because it would be Intel’s first Core i7 part served up without hyper-threading. More>>

How to buy speakers: A beginner’s guide to home audio

From the difference between bookshelf speakers and monitors to the proper way to audition, our ultimate speaker buying guide has all the information you need to create your own home audio nirvana. More>>

’Far Cry 5: Lost on Mars’ turns fighting aliens into a yawn-worthy slog

Far Cry 5’s second expansion takes players to Mars on a journey that should be a blast, but boring level design, forgettable weapons, and a cringe-worthy story make the red planet little more than busywork.

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Nintendo gets GitHub-hosted Game Boy Advance emulator taken down

Nintendo has successfully filed formal takedown request with GitHub over a Game Boy Advance emulator hosted on the website. The emulator also included access to ROMs of Nintendo games. More>>

Crank up the bass with Amazon Alexa’s new hands-free EQ adjustments

A new feature lets you use Alexa to cut or boost the equalization by up to 6 decibels, simply by using voice commands like “Alexa, turn up the treble” or “Alexa, reset the equalizer." More>>

The best photo-editing apps for Android and iOS

Across both Android and iOS, there's no shortage of photo-editing applications on the respective app stores. To make your life easier, we've rounded up six of the best apps available. More>>

How laser projection is taking IMAX even further over the top

We traveled to IMAX’s Toronto headquarters to see the company’s brand-new laser projection system. We’ve seen the future of big-screen theaters, and it’s brighter and more colorful than ever.

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Nerf this – literally: ‘Overwatch’ to get Nerf gun line in 2019

Hasbro seems to have taken D.Va's "Nerf this" taunt to heart, as the company is producing a line of Overwatch Nerf guns to begin releasing in 2019. The first of these will be Reaper's shotgun.

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Comic-Con 2018 highlights: From Star Trek spinoffs to a Star Wars revival

There was a lot of big news, cool trailers, and exciting announcements made at Comic-Con in San Diego this year. From a Star Trek spinoff to a Star Wars revival, here are the highlights from SDCC 2018. More>>

How to convert and play FLAC music files on your iPhone or iPad

The high-resolution revolution is upon us, and FLAC files are a popular way to store hi-res sound. But what if you’re an iOS user? Check out our article to find out more about FLAC files, and how to use them on Apple devices. More>>

You could soon shop on Snapchat with a new visual search tool called Eagle

Shopping and Snapchat could soon be synonymous. As originally reported by TechCrunch, the popular social media platform is experimenting with a new visual search feature called "Eagle." More>>

Highest resolution smartphone camera yet is designed not to suck at low light

Cameras can either shoot high-resolution images or excellent low light images -- but with Sony's latest smartphone sensor, you can have your resolution and your low-light performance too. More>>

Nintendo sues two websites for distributing ROMs of its games

Nintendo has filed a lawsuit against two separate websites over their distributing of ROMs of Nintendo games. One site has already been taken offline as a result, while the other removed Nintendo games from its library. More>>

How to fix a scratched DVD or CD

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