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.
Android Army

Verizon posts low revenue leading into iPhone launch

Verizon has revealed its financials for the last three months. The carrier added almost 1 million new subscribers, but revenue fell a bit more than Wall Street would have liked.

Sony PSP2 will have 3G and a large OLED touchscreen

Nikkei has released some new information about Sony's upcoming PlayStation Portable 2. The device will have 3G and a big OLED screen.

iPhone 5 gets ‘media stream’ social networking and new suppliers

The iPhone 5 is on the horizon. We learn about new component suppliers for the device and some new features including media streaming and GPS location updates.

Leaked shot of Nokia’s upcoming MeeGo tablet

An Internet goer has dug up a picture of what appears to be a Nokia tablet running its new MeeGo operating system, a collaboration with Intel.
Android Army

Motorola Xoom to launch Feb. 17, cost $699-$799

Employees from Verizon and Best Buy have leaked a February 17 release date and $699-$799 price point for the Motorola Xoom tablet.

Google defends its efforts to cut the spam out of search

In a somewhat defensive blog post, Googler Matt Cutts reiterated Google's morals where it relates to search and discussed the company's continued efforts to combat spam.

Samsung TV app store hits 2 million downloads

After taking nine months to reach 1 million downloads, Samsung has announced that in less than two months it has doubled downloads on its Connected TV App store.
Cool Tech

Concept ‘Line Phones’ combine to form a super tablet

This Chinese concept phone, named the Line Phone, has touchable sides and can combine with other phones to form a large, tablet-like screen.

Google Offers a Groupon clone

Though it didn't get Groupon, that isn't stopping Google from launching its own group coupon site. Google Offers will have everything Groupon has, with Google's name on it.
Android Army

HTC profits rise 160 percent, multiple handset photos leaked

HTC announced today that its 2010 sales more than doubled from last year and PocketNow got a hold of several leaked photos of new HTC handsets to be unveiled soon.

Verizon sues FCC over net neutrality regulation it helped draft

Verizon has filed an appeal against the FCC's newly enacted net neutrality regulation, arguing that the agency has no authority to regulate bits on the Internet.
Cool Tech

U.S. Navy’s giant laser beam program achieves ‘milestone’

Today, the Office of Naval Research announced that its giant superlaser is nine months ahead of schedule after a huge breakthrough made during prototype tests in December.