Molly McHugh

Molly McHugh

Before coming to Digital Trends, Molly worked as a freelance writer, occasional photographer, and general technical lackey. She's a sucker for animated GIF blogs, hours-long Wikipedia hunts, road trips, YouTube binges, and the Portland Trail Blazers. Molly is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications (go Ducks). You can find her on Twitter (@iammollymchugh) and Instagram (@mollygrams).

What the Verizon iPhone means for AT&T

There are a few winners in the Verizon iPhone deal, and one clear loser. How will AT&T be affected by the loss of its Apple exclusivity?


Nintendo president takes 3DS eye impacts seriously

The 3DS can harm young eyes, but Nintendo believes responsibility can solve the issue and is certain the product will be a global hit.


Twitter subpoenaed to turn over Wikileaks information

Twitter may have to turn over confidential user information concerning Wikileaks for a government investigation.


Olympus updates PEN lineup and shows off new series

We got a look at what's to come from Olympus at CES from the micro four thirds EPL2 to the new X-series of point and shoots.


Fuji follows CES trends and also brings the retro-chic X100 to the table

Sure, Fuji had to bring out the popular products, like the Z90 with its touchscreen and Facebook upload - but it also showed off a real machine with the FinePix X100.


Hands on with Casio’s TRYX

Check out a close up demo of Casio's next flexible camera at CES 2011.


Kodak’s additions and upgrades focus on auto-share and durability

A look at some Kodak updates as well as its retro take on 3D photography.


Panasonic shows off its Viera Tablet and $500,000 3D TV

Panasonic tries to cover the entire spectrum, with a TV-supporting tablet for general consumers and a TV it won't even let most people buy.


Sony adds to camera lineup with new 3D and panorama-capable handhelds

Sony shows off its 3D capabilities and improved Cyber-shot line.


A peek at Casio’s prototype robot watch

There's no date for when this watch will hit shelves, but when it does, just about everything in your life can be attached to your wrist.


We get close up with the Samsung Galaxy Player

Samsung officially shows off its answer to the iPod touch, as well as a trimmed down version of the device.

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Casio shows variety with its EX-ZR100 and EX-H20G

Casio brought an array of cameras to the table, including a hard-bodied handheld and a GPS point and shoot.


Hands on with the Samsung Sliding Windows PC

We got up close with Samsung's new sliding tablet-pc at CES 2011.


A look at new Samsung TVs, accessories, and 9 series notebook

Samsung debuted its monstrous 3D TV, as well as a variety of more consumer-friendly devices at CES today.


Microsoft updates Kinect, offers sneak peak of Windows 8 running on mobile hardware

Microsoft's CES 2011 keynote with Steve Ballmer brought word of improvements to Kinect and even an early preview of Windows 8 that could drastically change the course of the OS.