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.

Apple TV Review (2012)

The 2012 revamp of the Apple TV brings better performance and a new interface, but still leaves users high and dry for much content outside iTunes.

  • Pros: Dead-simple user interface and setup , Attractive…
  • Cons: Remote lacks QWERTY keyboard, needs line of sight , Lacks…

The best of Mobile World Congress 2012

All eyes were on Barcelona this week for Mobile World Congress 2012, and we were on hand to try all the latest smartphones and tablets firsthand. We rounded up the top 10 highlights below!

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Pioneer PotterNavi bike computer proves smartphones can’t always do it all

A bike computer is both a strange departure for Pioneer and an odd device to find at a cell phone show, but makes an important point about the limitations of phones, even in the company of the best of them.

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The skeptic’s guide to Nokia’s 808 PureView: Five reasons 41 megapixels are not a gimmick

Skeptical about a 41-megapixel smartphone? So were we, until we saw the technical data, spoke with Nokia, and tried it for ourselves. Here’s why Nokia’s latest announcement might be worth another look.


Under the sun with Sony’s WhiteMagic high-brightness LCD

Sony’s WhiteMagic display on the Xperia P improves screen visibility dramatically under sunlight using a fourth white pixel in the LCD screen.

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Ford brings Sync to Europe in new B-Max, the first car unveiled at MWC

Ford's new B-Max will serve as the seed for Sync in Europe, where Ford will begin aggressively rolling out its in-car connectivity features in 2012.


Meet the smartphone with higher resolution than your DSLR: Nokia’s 41-megapixel PureView 808

Nokia’s new PureView 808 leapfrogs competitors with a mind-blowing 41-megapixel camera, but the “how” behind this exponential gain remains blurry.


Asus sails past 1080p with Transformer Pad Infinity tablet

The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity tablet will offer incredible 1920 x 1200 resolution in a portable form factor, bringing new meaning to the term “sharp.”

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