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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Mobile

3D puppets mimic your every move in Pocket Avatars, Intel’s first app

Intel has announced its first app, a chat messaging program called Pocket Avatars that tracks your face and lets you send custom messages to friends using any face you want.
Android Army

Amazon reveals the Fire Phone

For years, we’ve heard rumblings that Amazon is working on a phone, and now it’s happening. On June 18, 2014, the company unveils its first Android phone, running a similar operating system to its Fire TV and Kindle Fire…
Gaming

These are the first Nintendo Amiibos, and how they’ll work in Smash Bros.

We round up the Nintendo Amiibos we saw at E3 this week, when they're coming out, how they work in Super Smash Bros., and other things we know about Amiibo.
Gaming

Nintendo’s Code Name STEAM combines steampunk, aliens, and Abe Lincoln

Nintendo has revealed Codename STEAM, a new third-person shooting game that takes place on a turn-based grid.
Gaming

E3 Hands on: Mario Maker is limited, but amazingly fun

We go hands on with Nintendo's E3 2014 demo of Mario Maker, a game that lets Wii U players create Super Mario Bros. levels from scratch. Is it as fun as it sounds? Find out.
Gaming

E3 Hands on: Splatoon, Nintendo’s twistedly fun take on shooters

We go hands on at E3 with Nintendo's attempt at a team-based shooting game, Splatoon. How does the game measure up, and does it have enough depth? Find out here.
Gaming

Pac-Man added to Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS, and other gameplay details revealed

At a roundtable at E3, director Masahiro Sakurai reveals that Pac-Man will be a part of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS.
Gaming

10 games can’t wait to see at E3 2014, and E3 schedules for the top 5 publishers

E3 is upon us, but what can you expect to see at the show? Here are our 10 most-anticipated games, and links to how to watch the press conferences of all the major publishers.
Mobile

DT Debate: Will Google’s autonomous cars ruin driving, or liberate us from it?

Should people be driving cars? Do we even need steering wheels? In this DT Debate, Andy argues against the new Google car with a passion, and Jeff buys a muffler just to shut him up.
Mobile

LG G3

If the third time’s the charm, LG has certainly set out to prove it with its latest flagship, the G3. The 5.5-inch superphone improves on its predecessors with the usual larger screen, faster processor and bigger battery, but also some…