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.

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs. LG G5: Which Android superstar shines brighter?

Both Samsung and LG went all out this year with their respective flagships, the Galaxy S7 and G5. However, which one should you choose? This in depth comparison will help you decide.

Silk Labs wants to string your smart home together with ‘Sense’

Silk Labs is hoping to take over your living room with its new Sense device, which it describes as a mix between Amazon's Echo and Dropcam. But can it win the war for the smart home?

File your tax returns from the couch with these 8 great iPad apps

Our list of the best iPad apps for filing or getting help with your federal and state income taxes, from TurboTax to H&R Block. These are excellent resources if you're taxes aren't a huge, complicated mess.

The iPhone isn’t dying, Wall Street is just crazy

There's no reason to get frightened about the iPhone's sales -- we're just in an "S" year. And the iPhone 7 may turn things around faster than Wall Street and critics realize.

Wireless carriers are busting each other’s balls, and we are winning

Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are locked in a big battle over who makes the best colorful balls commercial. We break down what it means and who really has the most (and biggest) balls.
Virtual Reality

HTC makes the VR you've been promised, and everyone else needs to catch up

Our fourth hands-on experience with the HTC Vive is our best yet. Does it have what it takes to take on Oculus, and how does the front-facing camera work?

We tried Samsung's gorgeous OLED laptop slayer, the TabPro S

We go hands on with Samsung's newest tablet, and first dive into Windows in a while, the Galaxy TabPro S. Spoiler alert: We like what we're seeing.
Product Review

Samsung Gear VR Review

Samsung's outstanding new Gear VR is a virtual revelation for virtual reality.
Product Review

Samsung Gear S2 Review

Samsung's Gear S2 should have been the best smartwatch ever. Instead it's a mess.
Product Review

Nexus 5X Review

Google's Nexus 5X has the worst battery life of any phone we’ve used all year.
Product Review

Samsung Galaxy View Review

Oversized and underpowered, Samsung's Galaxy View is a poor TV and a worse tablet.
Home Theater

Get ready to roast your retinas with Vizio’s blindingly bright, $130K Reference Series

Vizio has officially launched and priced its Reference Series televisions. Designed with the cinephile in mind, the $6,000 65-inch and $130,000 120-inch model are outfitted with top-notch hardware and impressive specs.