Trevor Mogg

Trevor Mogg

Not so many moons ago, Trevor moved from one tea-loving island nation that drives on the left (Britain) to another (Japan). As far as electronics are concerned, he's in the right place, with the East Asian country continuing to produce a plethora of gadgets and gizmos for tech addicts around the world. When not writing for Digital Trends, Trevor can be found out and about taking far too many photos, or in front of his computer trying to sort them all out.
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On-court selfie-seeker alarms Roger Federer at French Open

Keen selfie-seekers will clearly stop at nothing to bag the shot, a reality demonstrated by a young tennis fan at the French Open on Sunday who rushed up to Roger Federer as he made his way off court. The tennis star later criticized…
Photography

Instagram launches ‘Highlights’ email in bid to reignite interest among lapsed users

If you once dabbled with Instagram but haven't used it for ages, you might soon be getting a 'Highlights' email from the company showcasing the best of what you've missed.
Web

Look out, Etsy – Amazon’s gearing up to launch a rival site

Etsy looks like it has a battle on its hands after it emerged Amazon has been contacting merchants on the Web-based crafts marketplace about the launch of a similar site, called Handmade.
Mobile

BlackBerry to cut more jobs globally as it continues battle to streamline

BlackBerry revealed over the weekend it's cutting more jobs at the company in ongoing efforts to streamline its global operation. It said the losses were part of a wider move to help it toward sustainable profitability across all parts of…
Photography

Pizza Hut highlights selfie stick dangers in brilliant spoof ad

What's Pizza Hut got to do with selfie sticks? Not a lot, but that hasn't stopped it coming up with a hilarious public service announcement warning of the dangers of selfie stick abuse.
Social Media

Online dating giant AdultFriendFinder hacked, highly personal info nabbed

Online dating giant AdultFriendFinder confirmed Thursday its computer system has been hacked. Reports suggest personal information belonging to millions of users has been taken, including data revealing usernames, email addresses, and…
Photography

Adobe brings curtain down on Photoshop Touch

As part of its ongoing strategy to revamp its approach to mobile, Adobe has announced it's ending support for its Photoshop Touch mobile image editing software and removing it from app stores next week.
Mobile

Uber’s self-driving car project gets into gear, vehicle spotted on Pittsburgh streets

Uber has confirmed it's ramping up its driverless car efforts after one of its test vehicles was spotted on the streets of Pittsburgh, close to the location of its recently opened Advanced Technologies Center.
Mobile

The minimalist Light Phone wants to be your ‘phone away from phone’

If you like the idea of taking a break from the incessant temptations that your smartphone presents but feel queasy at the idea of leaving home without it, then the Light Phone, which only makes and takes calls, may offer a solution.
Photography

Nikon’s dog camera takes a photo every time your mutt is excited

Nikon has designed a camera that lets dogs take photos of stuff that excites them. The 'Heartography' experiment is part of a marketing effort for one of its Coolpix compacts, and shows that Grizzler the border collie has a real…
Computing

Is Apple Watch’s San Francisco font heading for iOS and OS X?

In an effort to bring a single, easy-to-read font to all of its operating systems, Apple is reportedly preparing to take its custom-designed San Francisco typeface – already seen on the Apple Watch – to both iOS and OS X.
Web

Drunk Shopping helps sloshed shoppers make poor purchasing decisions online

Drunk Shopping, a service that describes itself as "the shopping experience that delights in sloppy judgement," happily sends you ideas for pointless stuff to buy each time you return home from a boozy night out. Yes, it does sound like a…