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.

Instagram users, a handy ‘save draft’ feature is likely on its way

Instagram is testing a "save draft" feature so you can resume editing at a later date. The feature also functions as a place to store final edits for immediate posting later on, at a time of your choosing.

An underwater robot is helping one pro shooter get awesome Olympic pool shots

Underwater cameras are nothing new, but pro photographers shooting the swimming at this week's Olympics are also using robotic devices that allow them to adjust a camera's position remotely, a method that gives them even more hope of…
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Disney wants to stick projectors on drones and fly them in its parks

Disney parks and drones could be a match made in heaven, the flying machines presenting a myriad of possibilities for the entertainment giant. And a patent for a quadcopter with an attached projector shows it already has some ideas up its…

Pokémon Go now wants you to confirm you’re not driving while playing

With reports of Pokémon Go gamers around the world getting ticketed by traffic cops for playing the game while driving, the game's creator is trying to persuade players to pause their gaming session and look at the road ahead instead.

Smartphone battery pack sales have doubled thanks to Pokémon Go

For the most enthusiastic Pokémon Go players, the definition of "crisis" must surely be "running out of phone power in the middle of a Pokémon hunt." Which probably explains why sales of handset battery packs have recently increased by…
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Watch a NASA rocket fire in slow motion, thanks to an advanced new camera 3:00

A revolutionary new video camera capable of catching extremely detailed footage is helping NASA learn more about its rocket booster technology. But as an engineer noted, it didn't all go according to plan during a recent test of…
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The world’s tallest moving observation tower opens for visitors

Cutting-edge cool or donut on a stick? The world's tallest moving observation tower, which recently opened in the British coastal town of Brighton, has certainly divided opinion among those who see it. And at 162 meters tall, it's pretty…

Pokémon Go catches its first national ban, in Iran

With Iran's highly cautious approach to all things internet already well known, few will be surprised that it's become the first nation to slap a ban on Pokémon Go. The authorities gave few details, saying only that it had "security…
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Drone maker DJI is helping to stop rogue drones from spoiling the Olympics

Drone maker DJI has modified its quaadcopter software to create no-fly zones so owners of its machines can't fly them close to events at this month's Rio Olympics.

Amazon’s new cargo plane is clear to land

Not to be confused with its delivery drone of the same name, Amazon's just-launched "Prime Air" flying machine is actually a Boeing 767 jet, part of a new fleet that the company hopes will enable faster delivery speeds for its…
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NASA releases cute Mars rover game to celebrate Curiosity anniversary

NASA's Curiosity rover landed on Mars exactly four years ago and ever since has been busy helping to unlock the mysteries of the red planet. In a nod to the anniversary, the space agency has released a cute rover game for mobile and PC…

Japanese cops are handing out hundreds of traffic tickets to ‘Pokémon Go’ players

Cops in Japan have revealed that in just a couple of weeks they've so far ticketed more than 700 individuals for playing Pokémon Go while operating a vehicle, motorcycle, or bicycle.