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.

Check out this smart pet door that you control via your smartphone

If you're never quite sure whether your precious pet is at home or out on the prowl, then SureFlap's smart pet door will tell you all you need to know, and even offers you remote control (of the door, not your pet).
Movies & TV

‘Thursday Night Football’ is coming to Amazon Prime next season

Amazon has outbid Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to secure streaming rights for 10 Thursday Night Football games for the upcoming season. The company reportedly paid $50 million -- far more than what Twitter paid last season.

Qube tent lets you build a larger space by linking lots of smaller ones

The Qube tent is an interesting tent all by itself. But if you get yourself a few of them you can build a social space for camping with your buddies, or a roomy home away from home where you can enjoy time with your family.

Alabama man lucky to be alive after iPhone charger accident

An Alabama man recently had a lucky escape when he suffered a severe electric shock while charging his iPhone. The terrifying incident kicked off when his necklace touched the exposed prongs of the charger head.

YouTube mobile live-streaming has just opened up to lots more users

Since mobile live-streaming launched on YouTube, creators needed at least 10,000 channel subscribers to make use of the feature. But now the Google-owned company has opened it up to a lot more creators.

The Lyra bike offers built-in LEDs for a safer ride and GPS for tracking

The Lyra is a stylish commuter bike that comes with built-in LED lighting for a safer ride and GPS capability to help you track it down if it gets stolen, or if you simply can't remember where you left it.
Cool Tech

This delivery drone lands in the street before driving to your doorstep

While most prototype delivery drones plop the package in the yard before buzzing off, the Panther hexacopter lands close by and then drives right up to your doorstep using its own set of wheels.
Cool Tech

Complaints about drones tripled in the space of a year in the U.K.

Drone ownership is rising fast in the U.K. and so are complaints about their use. Data obtained from the police show that complaints have tripled in the space of a year, with an average of 10 reports a day logged in 2016.

Kodak smartphone stunt has commuters thinking their phones have been wiped

As part of an effort to promote one of its photo apps, Kodak recently pranked a number of London commuters into thinking they'd lost all their smartphone data. Check out how they reacted.
Cool Tech

GoPro’s Karma drone finally takes flight in the U.K. and other European countries

After a troubled start in the U.S. that culminated in a recall, GoPro's Karma quadcopter has finally gone on sale in several European countries, namely the U.K., Spain, Italy, Germany, and France
Cool Tech

Elon Musk heralds ‘huge revolution in space travel’ after historic SpaceX mission

SpaceX has successfully completed the first reflight — and landing — of an orbital class rocket. The Falcon 9 launched from the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday evening, returning to an ocean-based barge a short while later.
Cool Tech

Would you spend a night in a hotel room ‘pod’ floating in the ocean?

If you like the idea of unusual hotel stays, then how about a pod-like room that sails a four-mile course in the night as you sleep? Japan is planning to launch such a service later this year.