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.
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Cool Tech

Japanese scientists develop human-shaped phone that feels like real skin

There are no limits to the imagination of Japanese scientists. A group of researchers has created a portly mobile phone that is shaped like a naked genderless doll and feels like human skin.
Android Army

Apple iPad 2 vs. Motorola Xoom

We compare the heir apparent of Apple's tablet throne, the iPad 2, to the up-and-coming Motorola Xoom.
Computing

BlackBerry PlayBook coming April 10?

We haven't heard anything from RIM, but rumors are pointing toward an April 10 launch for its 7-inch BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Gaming

Burger Time remake coming to all major consoles

Burger Time is coming to consoles once again! MonkeyPaw has remade the burger making series for the PS3, Xbox, Wii, and PC.
Gaming

Nintendo developing new 3D Mario, adding Netflix to 3DS

At the GDC today, Nintendo's Satoru Iwata made a number of announcements including the addition of Netflix, a new partnership with AT&T for 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots, and a new 3D Super Mario game.
Apple

Apple reveals iMovie and Garage Band for iPad 2

After unveiling the new iPad, Apple's Steve Jobs showed off two new apps for the tablet: iMovie and Garage Band.
Apple

Jobs unveils iPad 2: thinner than iPhone 4, comes in white

Steve Jobs stepped up to unveil the iPad 2, Apple's newest tablet. It will come in white, have twice the processing power, and be available March 11.
Mobile

Verizon unlimited data no more: Prepare to pay more for less

Verizon has finally caved. After heavily promoting its unlimited data plan to new iPhone users, the carrier has decided to follow AT&T's lead and create tiered data pricing plans this summer, following what appears to be a disturbing trend…
Computing

Google revives Cult of Mac from search death, others coming?

Cult of Mac was one of many innocent sites hit by Google's attack on spammy search results last week. In an interview, Google admitted that it's working hard to fix problems with the update.
Computing

Google’s content farm crackdown causes collateral damage

Google issued its largest search algorithm update ever in attempt to weed out "low quality" sites last week, but an odd number of legitimate Web sites have been hit by the update as well. Meanwhile, some spammy sites seem entirely…
Gaming

Valve announces ‘big picture’ TV mode for Steam

Valve has unveiled plans to add a "big picture" mode to its Steam PC gaming platform, adding big screen TV play options.
Apple

iPhone 5 rumors: Tim Cook hints at lower priced iPhone, sliding keyboard chatter persists

A couple persistent iPhone 5 rumors have re-emerged today as a Chinese site claims to have more evidence of a slide-out keyboard and Apple CFO Tim Cook hints at a lower priced iPhone for the masses.