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.
Articles
Product Review

Apple iPhone 6 Plus Review

Apple's iPhone 6 Plus is still livin' large at half a year old.
Mobile

77 awesome games on iPad (New for Spring 2015)

A list of the best iPad games available now in the iTunes App Store, regularly updated with great new titles and releases.
Mobile

LG's elegant Watch Urbane LTE exposes everything that's wrong with Android Wear

We go hands on with the Watch Urbane LTE, LG's attempt to make its own smartwatch operating system. With awesome new features, LTE built in, and a beautiful new design, it's our favorite new watch at Mobile World Congress 2015.
Gaming

The real world is dead to me after trying HTC's astounding Vive VR

We got an early chance to try out the Vive, a new virtual reality system from HTC and Valve. Here’s how it blew us away and what we know so far about how it works.
Mobile

Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC 2015 Award Winners

Mobile World Congress 2015 brought an impressive array of gadgetry to Barcelona, but our Top Tech of MWC award winners truly towered above their competitors in six different categories.
Android Army

These are the best phones Samsung has ever made

We go hands on with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, The two best Samsung phones we've ever used.
Mobile

The HTC One solidifies its position as a top Android phone with the M9

We go hands on with HTC's latest and greatest phone, the One M9. With a brand new camera and some cool features, it's a great update to HTC's line, but some aesthetic issues hold it back from greatness.
Computing

Thanks for joining our live chat! Microsoft’s Windows 10 event was a box of surprises

Microsoft is all set to reveal more about Windows 10, which it describes as the "next chapter" in the evolution of its operating system, at an event later today. Here's what you need to know before it begins, and how to watch it along with…
Wearables

Exclusive: We tested the world’s first automatic calorie counter, and it works!

We just spent a week as the first publication to use Healbe's automatic calorie counting GoBe Body Manager bracelet. Our in-depth report on how it all worked out.
Gaming

IronFall Invasion channels the cover-based shooting of Gears of War on the New 3DS

We had a chance to play the third-person shooter IronFall Invasion on the New Nintendo 3DS XL. Here are our full impressions of the game and how it runs on Nintendo's newest handheld.
Gaming

Pink lion men, Fire Emblem permadeath, and steampunk combine in Code Name: STEAM

We had a chance to play the turn-based Code Name: STEAM on the New Nintendo 3DS XL. Here are our full impressions of the game and how it runs on Nintendo's newest handheld.
Gaming

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask brings better camera control, streamlined systems

We had a chance to play the new remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask on the New Nintendo 3DS XL. Here are our full impressions of the game and how it runs on Nintendo's newest handheld.