Digital Trends 5 April 2018

Amazon Key home entry system now available in eight styles from Kwikset

Amazon partner Kwikset is making Amazon Key a much more aesthetically pleasing choice. The company has added three new smart lock offerings to the Amazon Key Home Kit, which means you now have a total of eight to choose from. The post Amazon Key home entry system now available in eight styles from Kwikset appeared first on Digital Trends.

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HTC pool selfie advert banned because the U11 can’t dive like Tom Daley

An advert for the HTC U11 has been banned following accusations that the short video inflated the capabilities of the phone by showing it being used in a chlorinated swimming pool by an Olympic diver. The post HTC pool selfie advert banned because the U11 can’t dive like Tom Daley appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Rumored 4K Chromebook could make the Pixelbook look like old news

The list of supported devices for Chrome OS is now a little longer. A new 4K Chromebook has appeared in its midst, suggesting that the Pixelbook's fancy display may no longer rule the roost in the near future. The post Rumored 4K Chromebook could make the Pixelbook look like old news appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Hackers are now favoring ransomware over personal data theft

A recent report released by Intel's X-Force Threat Intelligence team suggests that hackers are leaning more towards ransomware. Instead of leaking data to the dark markets, they're holding data hostage for larger corporate bucks. The post Hackers are now favoring ransomware over personal data theft appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Toyota and Subaru are developing a second-generation 86 sports coupe

Word is just in from The Japan Times that Toyota and Subaru are rebooting its beloved 86 sports coupe for a second generation. The two companies supposedly just commenced development for the next-gen model for a 2021 launch. The post Toyota and Subaru are developing a second-generation 86 sports coupe appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Yes, Facebook is reading the messages you send through Messenger

In an interview with Vox, Mark Zuckerberg noted that Facebook's system is capable of detecting "what's going on" in the Messenger app. Bloomberg later clarified that Messenger in fact scans users' messages. The post Yes, Facebook is reading the messages you send through Messenger appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The best gaming laptops

Gaming desktops are powerful, but they tie you down to your desk. For those of us who prefer a more mobile experience, here are the best gaming laptops on the market, ranging from budget machines to maxed-out, wallet-emptying PCs. The post The best gaming laptops appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The best Micro USB cables

A Micro USB cable is a mainstay for any Android user looking to charge their device. Check out our picks of the best Micro USB cables, whether you want something reliable, tough, feature-packed, or simple. The post The best Micro USB cables appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Facebook tweaks how apps access your data as Cambridge Analytica scandal grows

Facebook is sharing several changes to how third-party apps access data as the platform ups the estimate of users impacted by Cambridge Analytica. Some features are removed, others will require approval from Facebook before access. The post Facebook tweaks how apps access your data as Cambridge Analytica scandal grows appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Infiniti finally warms up to CarPlay as it builds a new infotainment system

Infiniti will make its cars more high-tech by introducing an array of new features, including a state-of-the-art infotainment system. It won't arrive until 2021, so the company will update its current infotainment system next year. The post Infiniti finally warms up to CarPlay as it builds a new infotainment system appeared first on Digital Trends.

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From smartphones to airbags, MEMs sensors make the world work

Bosch sensors are found in a long list of products including cars, smartphones, and lightsabers. Here’s how the technology outgrew the automotive industry and seeped into every room in the house. The post From smartphones to airbags, MEMs sensors make the world work appeared first on Digital Trends.

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