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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Grizzly fans, Alaska’s awesome BearCam is back online

The amazing grizzly bears of Alaska's Katmai National Park are once again free for all to observe thanks to the live-streaming BearCam, which has just come back online for the summer.
Cool Tech

A robot that sucks just won an Amazon technology competition

The day when Amazon’s distribution centers are operated entirely by robots came a step closer this week after a Dutch-built robot took top prize in the company’s latest picking-and-packing contest.
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Eye-tracking goggles reveal how F1 drivers ‘see’ the track

Drivers don't come much more skilled than F1 competitors. To learn more about how a racing driver 'sees' the track and responds lightning-fast to a myriad of situations, Sky Sports recently stuck a pair of eye-tracking goggles on…
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Celebgate: Second hacker faces jail time for stealing nude pics

A Chicago man faces jail time for operating a phishing campaign that enabled him to gain access to private pictures and videos in 2014's "Celebgate" scandal. The offender, Edward Majerczyk, is the second person to be charged in connection…
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BBC’s new Top Gear show in turmoil as presenter Chris Evans quits

Following numerous reports of behind-the-scenes rifts and poor audience ratings, Top Gear presenter Chris Evans has quit the show after just one season.
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China has just finished building the world’s largest alien-hunting telescope

Is there alien life out there? Now that it's finished building its FAST radio telescope – the largest of its kind in the world – China hopes to find out.
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With masses of hazardous space junk orbiting Earth, Japan offers a solution

Right now there are countless fragments of space junk orbiting Earth that are big enough to cause serious damage to working satellites or even the ISS. Japan's space agency is close to testing an innovative solution it hopes can make space…
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Hobby drones are still hampering wildfire air crews on the West Coast

Some drone owners seem unable to resist flying their remotely controlled copters in places they really shouldn't. Take wildfires. The aerial footage may be dramatic, but the risk to air crews fighting the blazes is enormous.
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Aerial video shows Apple’s ‘spaceship’ HQ nearly complete

Apple's so-called "spaceship" campus is now just six months from completion, a fact made clear by this latest flyover video of the site posted on YouTube.
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Google’s $300M undersea Internet cable between US and Japan is now live

Back in 2014, Google teamed up with five telecom and communications firms to install an undersea cable network between the US and Japan to help deal with increasing Internet traffic. And now, that cable is live.
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Amazon’s announcement of second Prime Day prompts Walmart to act

Amazon's second Prime Day sales extravaganza has been set for July 12. Last year's one-day shopping event apparently generated more business than Amazon's biggest-ever Black Friday, though some shoppers lambasted it for offering few items…
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Google may soon let you test your internet speed straight from search results

Responding to web users' growing interest in testing their internet speeds, Google is apparently looking to launch its own tool, embedding it at the top of searches for such a service.