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.

Robbers steal Call of Duty: Black Ops

Robbers in Maryland stole more than 100 copies of 'Call of Duty: Black Ops,' which is expected to sell millions when it goes on sale at midnight tonight.

Gaming

Google shuts off data feed to Facebook

Google has shut down automatic access to its Gmail contacts and other information to companies like Facebook. Only companies who share data back can access it.

Computing

Major mobile banking app security holes uncovered

Banking apps from Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, USAA, and TD Ameritrade have major security flaws in them, allowing hackers to gain access to usernames, passwords, and financial information.

Mobile

Dell moves 25,000 employees off BlackBerry onto Dell phone

Dell is dumping 25,000 BlackBerry phones and switching its employees over to its new Windows-powered Dell Venue Pro.

Android Army

‘Battlefield Play4Free’ coming to PCs

EA is digging deeper into free games supported by microtransactions with Battlefield Play4Free, which EA's Ben Cousins thinks is the future of games.

Gaming

Hulu Plus now on Sony Bravia TVs, no invite required

Hulu Plus is now out of beta and available to the masses. The service will soon be available on Sony Bravia TVs as well.

Computing

Google Instant available on Android and iPhone

Google Instant is now available for iOS 4 and Android 2.2 devices, and it works pretty well!

Android Army

Small businesses have bought 2 million iPads

2 million iPads have been purchased by small businesses, says a new survey. The tablets are not replacing traditional PCs.

Apple

Panasonic invests $30 million in electric car maker Tesla

Panasonic and Tesla announced that they are teaming up to sell electric car batteries. Panasonic will invest $30 million in Tesla to make this happen.

Cars

Scientists demonstrate real-time holograms

Scientists have successfully performed a real-time holographic display, enabling complete 3D recreation of an object from anywhere in the world.

Cool Tech

Microsoft Kinect on sale today and already having racial facial issues

Kinect is hitting store shelves. Microsoft expects it to sell 5 million units this quarter, but some are calling the system racist on day one.

Gaming

Survey: only 4 percent of adults use ‘geosocial’ services

Pew Research has found that only 4 percent of adults use location-based services like Foursquare, Gowalla, or Facebook Places.

Cool Tech

Samsung plans to sell 1 million tablets in 2010, LG tablet coming

Samsung expects to sell a million Galaxy tablets by year-end and LG plans to join the game in early 2011.

Apple

ITC investigates Apple over Motorola complaints

The International Trade Commission has decided to investigate Apple over patent violation claims by Motorola.

Apple

LinkedIn introduces Company Pages

LinkedIn plans to add Company Pages, a place where companies can blog and update their statuses just like people can.

Computing