Jeffrey Van Camp

Jeffrey Van Camp

As DT's Deputy Editor, Jeff helps oversee editorial operations at Digital Trends. Previously, he ran the site's Mobile/Wearables section for several years. Jeff has been writing about tech, video games, and movies on the Web for more than a decade and a half. He's been embedded in the mobile world since 2006.
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Android Army

Hands-on with the HTC Flyer (Sprint EVO View 4G), a surprisingly useful 7-inch tablet

I spent some time with HTC's new Flyer tablet (also known as the EVO View 4G on Sprint) and walked away impressed. Using a custom version of Android Gingerbread, HTC has brought a compelling, unique tablet experience in a small, 7-inch form…
Mobile

T-Mobile Astound (Nokia C7) breathes life back into Symbian

Nokia may be moving toward Windows Phone, but with the T-Mobile Astound (C7), it shows that with a few needed upgrades, Symbian can still function as a good entry-level smartphone.
Mobile

T-Mobile LG G-Slate: Decent tablet, but red & blue 3D is terrible

T-Mobile and LG's new G-Slate tablet has some solid features, but its defining one, 3D, is poorly executed and uses 3D technology out of the 1950s.
Android Army

T-Mobile G2x: hands-on with LG’s HDMI Mirroring Android phone

The T-Mobile G2x by LG is a solid new dual-core Android phone, but we're very impressed with its HDMI Mirroring, which lets users instantly stream content to an HDTV. CTIA impressions inside.
Mobile

Samsung unveils new iPad-thin Galaxy Tab models

At its CTIA "Unpacked" event today, Samsung showed off a refreshed, thinner Galaxy Tab 10.1 and its brand new Galaxy Tab 8.9 as well as pricing/availability for both.
Mobile

CTIA roundtable: Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T talk data and argue over T-Mobile

This morning, the heads of all three major carriers joined Jim Cramer of CNBC for a live roundtable on the state of the wireless industry and, of course, the purchase of T-Mobile by AT&T.
Mobile

Samsung shows iTunes-like social, reading, music, media, business ‘Hubs’ for Galaxy Tabs

In addition to announcing new tablets at CTIA, Samsung also showed off a whole suite of apps, services, and business features for its Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S devices.
Apple

iPad 2 problems: What users complain about the most

Whether you're experiencing iPad 2 problems and issues yourself and need solutions, or just want to know what users complain about most before you buy, we've got the rundown on what to look out for.
Computing

Anonymous strikes? Teen cancels birthday and calls police after 214,000 guests RSVP on Facebook

After a sweet 16 party went viral on Facebook and resulted in criminal charges, Australian investigators are wondering if internet hacking/pranking group Anonymous is involved.
Apple

Will iPhone 5 hold dual SIM cards? We think not

The rumor mill is churning. Today, it's rumored that the iPhone 5 will support two SIM cards simultaneously. We tend to disagree.
Computing

Internet Explorer 9 review: Now with more Chrome

Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9, the most Chrome-like version of IE we can imagine. Luckily, Redmond also copied the best features of Chrome: its flexibility and speed.
Computing

Death of the mouse: How eye-tracking technology could save the PC

First it was the mouse, then touch control, then motion. On Friday, we got our hands on Tobii's new eye-tracking laptop, which could potentially eliminate the need for the mouse by keeping tabs on what you're looking at with astounding…