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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Asus announces PadFone X Mini, a smaller tablet and phone combo

If you're yet to get yourself a tablet and aren't interested in pricey high-end handsets, the new PadFone X Mini from Asus, which transforms your handset into a tablet, will be worth a look when it lands at AT&T next week.

August smart lock launches today, rolls out to Apple Stores this week

After a year of intensive development and equally intense hype, the long-awaited August Smart Lock goes on sale today. You can snag one up online, and later this week, in Apple Stores across the country
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Google to lead major investment in Oculus rival Magic Leap, report claims

Google is reportedly gearing up to lead a $500 million investment round in Magic Leap, a Florida-based company that's been attracting a lot of interest recently for its work on a wearable computing interface which it claims goes beyond…

Finnish leader points finger at Apple for its economic woes

It's not the first time he's said it, and it quite possibly won't be the last, but Finland's prime minister on Monday claimed that the success of Apple's iPhone and iPad has helped ruin two of his nation's key industries.

Flickr now lets you turn your photographic masterpieces into canvases

Flickr on Monday launched a new service allowing its members to quickly and easily order large canvas prints of their images. Photos mounts and canvas wraps are both offered, with prices starting at $49.

Dropbox hit in password leak, though its own servers remain secure

After hackers claimed on Monday to be in possession of login information for seven million Dropbox accounts, the cloud storage firm said the data had been "stolen from other services," and that it was forcing password resets for affected…

Forget WebMD, Google may let you video chat with a doctor while you search

We all know that Googling your symptoms can lead to a very worrying, and possibly very wrong, diagnosis, but we still do it. However, a new service being tested by the Web giant means you'll soon be able to discuss your ailment with a doc…
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There’s a robot roaming the Indianapolis airport, and it wears a polo shirt

Indianapolis International Airport has recently introduced a new robot to help with customer service. The Segway-like contraption, which includes a display featuring a rep in real-time, trundles around the terminal building…
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Check out the futuristic driverless tube trains destined for London’s subway system

A new train design for the world's oldest subway system has just been unveiled. Part of a massive modernization plan, the new trains are capable of fully automatic operation and will help boost capacity on the crowded network.
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GPS collars used to end monkey madness in Gibraltar

Faced with the problem of wild monkeys causing increasing havoc in urban areas, officials in the tiny British territory of Gibraltar recently turned to GPS technology in an effort to resolve the situation.

Apple says 81 million iTunes users have ‘experienced’ the free U2 album so far

Despite all the fuss that followed Apple's move last month to offer U2's latest album for free via iTunes, the tech firm said this week that 81 million people around the world have so far "experienced" its songs.

Get ready, Snapchat users – ads are coming soon, CEO confirms

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel confirmed Wednesday that the ephemeral messaging app will soon include ads as the startup sets about monetizing the service. Marketers' content is likely to appear first in Snapchat's Stories feature, Spiegel said…