Nick Mokey

Nick Mokey

Nick Mokey is a magazine journalism graduate from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, located in Syracuse, New York. Prior to writing for Digital Trends, he was a columnist and later head opinion editor at S.U.'s independent student newspaper, The Daily Orange. Nick has also interned for and contributed to Popular Mechanics magazine. Besides toying with computers and gadgets, he enjoys running, motorcycling, camping, and finding absurd deals on Craigslist.
Articles
Product Review

Zackees turn-signal gloves Review

Zackees LED turn-signal gloves make your bike commute safer, raves trippier.
Features

Google Glass meets Kinect in ARI, a gesture-recognition app for smartglasses

Tired of talking to your smartglasses? ARI allows Google Glass users to control their specs with a literal wave of the hand.
Features

Next-gen artificial limbs help amputees grab onto a better life

No, you’re not looking at a scene from the next Terminator. Next-gen artificial limbs like the i-Limb Digits are allowing amputees to regain the lost function once provided by one of nature’s most complicated engineering feats: the…
Features

Taking a spin on Ryno’s one-wheeled, self-balancing electric ‘microcycle’

Chris Hoffmann took his 13-year-old daughter’s sketch from a dream to a real, self-balancing, one-wheeled motorcycle that you can ride. And now he's ready to sell it to the world.
Home Theater

Digital Trends’ Best Product of 2013: Google Chromecast

Google’s humble Chromecast is cheap, astonishingly capable, and ready to cause a cord-cutting revolution.
Cool Tech

Gadgets for cyclists

Pedal power meets processor power
Features

How do you build the world’s finest iPad case? As fast as you can

When you’re sprinting after a company like Apple, there’s no time to catch your breath. Here’s how Grove builds the world’s classiest iPhone and iPad cases from wood in record time, thanks to a crazy workshop, a team of hands-on…
Buying Guides

Gifts for the minimalist

Because not everyone wants a heated foot bath
Computing

10 iGoogle alternatives to fill the dash-shaped void in your browser

With iGoogle now having passed into the Google graveyard, it’s time to move on from its greatness and try one of these alternatives - some of which can do even more than iGoogle ever could.