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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Dreamliner: Now you can ride in the cockpit during that stunning near-vertical takeoff

The video of Boeing's stunning near-vertical Dreamliner takeoff has been viewed 10 million times in a matter of days. Now the plane maker is letting us climb inside the cockpit for the same takeoff, one that's most definitely not for the…
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Pepper: SoftBank’s ’emotional’ robot goes on sale Saturday

SoftBank's interactive social robot goes on sale in Japan this weekend. Not much good for manual tasks, Pepper is actually geared more toward communication and forming relationships, and can apparently sing, dance, and tell jokes.

No live-streaming! Golf fans at this week’s U.S. Open ordered not to use Periscope

Strict rules await handset-wielding golf fans attending this week's U.S. Open. Live-streaming the action using apps like Periscope is banned, with offenders facing possible ejection from the course if caught.
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Check out these incredibly detailed videos of Earth shot from the ISS

A satellite imagery company has just released some incredibly detailed video footage of several cities, shot from the International Space Station. Urthecast is competing with several other companies to offer services based around…

Distracted students: Utah university latest place to introduce texting lanes

Texting lanes for smartphone addicts are becoming increasingly popular, it seems. Just days after we learned about a Belgian city introducing the special lanes, a university in Utah has put some down in a tongue-in-cheek effort to prevent…
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Say hello to the Minibeam Nano, LG’s smallest and lightest projector to date

If your smartphone photos and other content are calling out for a bigger display, you might want to consider LG's pocket-sized Minibeam Nano projector, the company's smallest and lightest projector to date.
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Snapchat CEO sits in dark room and explains his app to parents around the world

Snapchat founder and CEO Evan Spiegel has posted a low-res explanatory video on YouTube outlining to parents and others what his messaging app is all about. Hours later, he deleted all his tweets. So what's going on?
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Prime Air: Amazon urges Congress to keep drone rules simple and nationwide

With rules on the commercial use of drones still to be decided, Amazon is heading to Congress again to argue its case for a set of national regulations – rather than area by area – to aid the set up of its proposed Prime Air drone…
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Vessel offers Android users early access to YouTube content with new app

Vessel, the subscription-based video streaming service that offers users early access to short-form content by YouTube stars, on Tuesday rolled out its first Android app.

Google Maps now alerts you if your destination is about to close

Arriving at a cafe, store or some such place only to find it closed is always annoying. In a bid to help, Google Maps has introduced a new feature that alerts you if the place you're navigating to will be closed when you get there.

Skype for Web beta gets global rollout

Skype for Web beta is now available to users around the world. The free software is compatible with most mainstream browsers and should prove useful if you usually use Skype on your mobile but want to quickly access calls and messages on a…
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Airbus to build satellites for Richard Branson’s broadband-for-the-masses project

Airbus said Monday it's to build around 900 microsatellites designed to bring the Internet to remote and poorer parts of the world. The aerospace giant is partnering with Richard Branson for the project, as well as Internet satellite firm…