Jeffrey Van Camp

Jeffrey Van Camp

As DT's first Deputy Editor, Jeff helps oversee editorial operations at Digital Trends. He also runs the Mobile/Wearables section, which covers smartphones, tablets, ebooks, and other gadgets. 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. You can reach him @JeffreyVC on Twitter.

Zuckerberg travels to China, learns Mandarin

In this TMZ-ish post, we report that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been spotted in China touring the headquarters of Baidu, its largest search engine. Pictures included!

Computing

Cricket introduces $55 unlimited music plan

Cricket and Samsung are teaming up to debut a new unlimited music service named MuveMusic. The service will debut at CES in January.

CES

Best Buy drops restocking fees

Best Buy has dropped its 10-15 percent restocking fee for all merchandise due to slow sales over the holiday. If you were charged a restocking fee, get your money back!

Buying Guides

Nokia talking with Microsoft about Windows Phone 7?

Rumors indicate that Nokia and Microsoft have been meeting about a possible Windows Phone 7 Nokia device in 2011.

Mobile

Google tries to delay debut of TVs

With CES on the horizon, Google has unexpectedly begun asking major television manufacturers to halt plans to debut new Google TV systems in January.

Computing

Facebook revenue to reach $2 billion this year

Facebook is on track to gross $2 billion this year, an astounding number that, if true, means it has more than doubled its revenue from last year.

Computing

Google Body Browser gives a detailed ‘look’ at the human body

Google Labs has launched a body browsing Web page, allowing anyone to look up an organ and find it in the human body. Sadly, it's a bit limited.

Computing

BlackBerry Torch lights a 45 pct profit gain for RIM

On Thursday, RIM posted strong sales and a 45 percent net profit for the three months ending Nov. 27.

Mobile

After spending millions on ads, Blockbuster loses 28 day advantage

Despite a somewhat desperate campaign against Netflix and Redbox touting its 28 day release advantage, Blockbuster has let its kiosk partner sign deals to delay releases 28 days.

Movies

iTunes has 66 pct of digital music market, Amazon 13 pct

At nearly 10 years old, iTunes still holds Google-like dominance over the digital music market. Amazon, despite its best efforts, is hardly making a dent.

Apple

Bing and Blekko integrate Facebook ‘Likes’ and mobile check-ins

Microsoft has rolled out a number of updates to its Bing search engine and mobile apps. Most notably, the Google competitor will now integrate Facebook 'Likes' into search results.

Android Army

IBM lists five tech innovations coming in the next five years

Every year IBM predicts five new technologies that will change things in the next five years. This year, 3D holograms, GPS, and batteries dominate the list.

Computing

LG Optimus 2X, the first dual-core smartphone

LG has announced its new flagship device, the LG Optimus 2X, the world's first dual-core smartphone.

Android Army

760,000 affected by Ohio State University hack attack

After almost months of investigations, Ohio State University revealed that it is notifying about 760,000 students, professors, and other employees that their names and Social Security numbers may have been stolen. The university will spend $4 million to pay…

Computing

Nokia N8 Review

Review: Nokia's N8 has a fantastic camera and crisp screen, but its slow processor and Symbian operating system hold the device back from mainstream success.

  • Pros: Vivid 3.5 inch AMOLED touchscreen , 720p video capture with…
  • Cons: $500 price tag , No battery access , Slow processor lags…