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.
Android Army

Amazon offering nine Android photo-editing apps for free in Friday-only deal

Amazon Appstore is giving away nine Android apps instead of the usual one in Friday's 'Free App of the Day' deal. The bundle includes photo enhancement tools and will save you $17 if you grab the lot.

Glass launch: Google hires design and marketing executive Ivy Ross to prep release

Google has chosen design and marketing executive Ivy Ross to help get Glass ready for a proper retail launch. The task is a monumental one, however, as Ross will need to convince a largely skeptical public that Glass is something worth…
Android Army

Galaxy S5 sales hit 11 million in first month, Samsung boss confirms

Samsung co-CEO and head of mobile JK Shin has said that thanks to a more carefully planned launch strategy, the company has sold 11 million Galaxy S5 handsets in its first month of availability.

Yahoo acquires Snapchat-style messaging app Blink, though it’ll close it in coming weeks

Marissa Mayer's strategy of sweeping up developer talent and technology for Yahoo's push into mobile shows no sign of easing after it emerged Tuesday that the Internet firm has acquired Snapchat-style app Blink.
Android Army

Motorola launches emergency ‘Alert’ app with its new Moto handsets

With its just-announced Moto E and Moto G LTE phones, Motorola also launched a neat little Alert app designed to keep users in close touch with friends and family in the event of an emergency situation.

BlackBerry launches Z3 ‘Jakarta Edition’ smartphone for Indonesia

BlackBerry this week launches the Z3, Jakarta Edition phone made "exclusively" for the Indonesian market. The 5-inch touchscreen handset hits stores in the Asian nation Thursday with a $190 price tag.
Cool Tech

Drone and US Airways jet almost collide in incident over Florida

It's enough to make you not want to look out of the window next time you fly – the FAA has revealed a drone recently came dangerously close to colliding with a US AIrways jet over Florida.
Cool Tech

Thieves tampering with ATMs could soon face nasty blast of hot foam and chemicals

Thieves planning to rob ATMs had better watch out – technology developed by researchers in Switzerland could soon see anyone fiddling with the machines hit by a nasty mix of foam and chemicals.
Android Army

Epson’s Glass-like ‘Moverio’ specs go on sale for $700

Epson's Moverio BT-200 smart glasses have launched with a $700 price tag. The high-tech specs are aimed primarily at industry, with supply chain tracking, surgical training for doctors, and remote field service support all touted as…

Google unveils Classroom, a free online tool to help teachers organize their workload

Google on Tuesday unveiled Classroom, a free tool designed to "give teachers more time to teach and students more time to learn." Part of the Google Apps for Education suite, Classroom makes use of several Google services, including Docs…

Photo deal: onOne offering all-new Perfect Effects 8 for free, save $100

Image-editing specialist onOne is offering the latest edition of its $100 Perfect Effects 8 photo-enhancement software for free. The versatile tool features an extensive library of one-click presets, adjustable filters, and plenty more…
Cool Tech

Update: Yosemite National Park says no to drones, Zion follows suit

If you're a videographer considering heading to Yosemite or Zion National Park to gather some aerial footage of the stunning natural wonder, better think again. The National Park Service has just banned the use of unmanned aircraft systems…