Digital Trends 3 April 2018

Best iOS app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps are free for a limited time

Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest iOS app deals offered in the iOS App Store. The post Best iOS app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps are free for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Cadillac XT4 will get Super Cruise driver-assist tech, but not right away

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 launched at the 2018 New York Auto Show to questions of whether the new SUV would get Cadillac's Super Cruise driver-assist tech. Cadillac won't offer the system at launch, citing prohibitive costs. The post Cadillac XT4 will get Super Cruise driver-assist tech, but not right away appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL problems, and what to do about them

Google’s Pixel 2 smartphones have plenty to recommend them, but they’re not perfect. We've rounded up the most common Pixel 2 issues and Pixel 2 XL problems here and identify workarounds or fixes to help you cope with them. The post Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL problems, and what to do about them appeared first on Digital Trends.

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With lives at stake, Colorado Troopers call off chase with 150 mph Mustang

Choosing safety over pursuit, Colorado state troopers called off a chase when an older Mustang hit 150 mph. The troopers clocked the car at 140mph and lit up, but backed off after the Mustang sped up. The post With lives at stake, Colorado Troopers call off chase with 150 mph Mustang appeared first on Digital Trends.

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HTC Vive Pro review

Say hello to the Vive Pro. Building on the success of the original Vive headset, the Vive Pro promises to deliver unparalleled visuals with improved fit and finish. Let’s find out if it lives up to those lofty promises. The post HTC Vive Pro review appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Lightroom’s overhauled camera profiles make your RAW photos pop

After ten years, the Adobe Standard camera profile is being updated with the more contrasty Adobe Color -- and a host of other new RAW profiles are joining it, which will help your images look better straight out of the camera. The post Lightroom’s overhauled camera profiles make your RAW photos pop appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Mozilla announces Firefox Reality, a browser for augmented and virtual reality

Mozilla has announced an upcoming browser, Firefox Reality, that's designed specifically for mixed reality and virtual reality on stand-alone headsets utilizing WebVR and A-Frame to make cross-platform 3D experiences. The post Mozilla announces Firefox Reality, a browser for augmented and virtual reality appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Protect your new phone with one of best Huawei P20 cases

Whether you want to safeguard your new Huawei smartphone, change up the style, or both, we've got you covered right here. These are the best Huawei P20 cases and covers currently available. The post Protect your new phone with one of best Huawei P20 cases appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The Vive Pro proves that HTC and Oculus need each other for VR to succeed

The VR landscape has changed with the release of the Vive Pro and it proves that Oculus and HTC aren't really competitors anymore. To make the VR revolution a reality and not just a passing fad, they need each other.  The post The Vive Pro proves that HTC and Oculus need each other for VR to succeed appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Origin PC’s latest notebook packs Intel’s Core i7-8750H CPU, Nvidia Max-Q GPU

Origin PC introduced two new laptops: the EVO15-S and the NT-15. Both rely on Intel's recently revealed Core i7-8750H CPU and Nvidia "Max-Q" GPUs. The company is also introducing a Matte Display screen with a 144Hz refresh rate. The post Origin PC’s latest notebook packs Intel’s Core i7-8750H CPU, Nvidia Max-Q GPU appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Now Bitcoin millionaires are buying Lamborghinis

For Bitcoin enthusiasts, nothing quite symbolizes having "made it" like purchasing a Lamborghini. The Italian super car serves as both a status symbol and a means of legitimatizing their investments. The post Now Bitcoin millionaires are buying Lamborghinis appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Dell calls revamped XPS 15 the ‘smallest performance 15.6-inch laptop’

Dell's latest XPS 15 adds some serious performance, with Intel's latest and greatest eighth-generation CPUs and Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050 Ti on tap to go with massive battery life and a svelte design. The post Dell calls revamped XPS 15 the ‘smallest performance 15.6-inch laptop’ appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Dell rebrands Inspiron gaming laptops to G Series, serves up four new models

Dell rebranded its Inspiron gaming laptops as the G Series. The company has introduced four models across the new Dell G7, G5, and G3 brands packing the latest eighth-generation Intel processors and discrete GeForce graphics. The post Dell rebrands Inspiron gaming laptops to G Series, serves up four new models appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Apple Watch heart rate data used as evidence in Australian murder trial

Data collected from the Apple Watch has been used as evidence in an Australian murder trial, where it provides a chilling timeline of the murder victim's last moments, and may end up being instrumental in the killer's conviction. The post Apple Watch heart rate data used as evidence in Australian murder trial appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Drone pilot gets hefty fine after flying his machine over an Ed Sheeran concert

A drone flight over a packed Ed Sheeran concert in Brisbane, Australia last month cost the pilot more than $800 in fines. The perpetrator was spotted outside the stadium by police as he guided his drone over the crowd. The post Drone pilot gets hefty fine after flying his machine over an Ed Sheeran concert appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Here’s everything we know about the OnePlus 6 smartphone so far

It's been several months since we first got our hands on the OnePlus 5T, and the rumors around its replacement are coming in at fever pitch. Here's what we're hearing about the upcoming OnePlus 6. The post Here’s everything we know about the OnePlus 6 smartphone so far appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Just say ‘No’ to condom snorting challenge for social media love

Teens seeking social media approval for Youtube videos re-birth the painful, dangerous condom snorting challenge. Views and subscribers are the coveted rewards for rubber-snorting Youtube videos. The post Just say ‘No’ to condom snorting challenge for social media love appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Subaru has some wild designs planned, and we spoke to the mind behind them

Subaru is on a roll, especially in America. Digital Trends sat down with Mamoru Ishii, the head of the company’s design department, to get insight on where the company’s design language comes from and where it’s going. The post Subaru has some wild designs planned, and we spoke to the mind behind them appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Instagram to unfollow Apple Watch as app support comes to an end

Instagram's failure to update its Apple Watch app means that after the latest update, it will no longer run on the smartwatch. There's no word yet on whether the company might roll out another version in the future. The post Instagram to unfollow Apple Watch as app support comes to an end appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Autonomous-car firms in no rush to get unmanned vehicles onto California roads

California is now welcoming autonomous-car companies to take unmanned vehicles onto its roads, but so far only one has applied. In light of recent tragedies involving Uber and Tesla, that may not come as too much of a surprise. The post Autonomous-car firms in no rush to get unmanned vehicles onto California roads appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Intel shows off world’s first six-core mobile CPUs, adds Optane to everything

What's better than four cores? Six cores, of course. Intel's newest mobile processors up the processor count to exactly that, putting them a step ahead of their predecessors. The company also revealed chips that could power future MacBook Pros. The post Intel shows off world’s first six-core mobile CPUs, adds Optane to everything appeared first on Digital Trends.

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