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.

The I-1 is a Polaroid-style camera for the digital age, and it’s on sale now

The Impossible Project – the outfit that's shown more love to instant photography than any other firm ever (bar Polaroid, perhaps) – has launched its first-ever instant camera, designed for the digital age.
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Hyperloop company gets a new name and millions in fresh investment

It's been a big day for Hyperloop Technologies. For one, that name doesn't exist anymore, and second, it's just announced it's raised $80M in venture capital funding and inked partnerships with a number of firms to help its ambitious…
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WhatsApp offers extra convenience with new desktop app for Windows and Mac

You can already use it on your smartphone and on the Web. And for extra convenience, WhatsApp has just rolled out a desktop app for Windows and Mac that offers a few extra features over the Web version.

Argentina’s beautiful national parks get the Street View treatment

Putting its camera-equipped Trekker backpacks to use, Street View has recently been exploring Argentina's beautiful national parks. On Monday, much of the gathered imagery landed online, and couch-based travelers won't want to miss it.

New Yorker’s latest cover leaps off the page, really

As part of promotional efforts for its annual "innovators" issue, this week's New Yorker magazine includes an augmented reality cover that springs to life when viewed with a smartphone or tablet.

Look what spectacularly photobombed this video of a building demolition

Cameraman Garry Cornes wanted to record the demolition of a locally famous apartment block in Glasgow, Scotland, so he went along and set up his kit. But at the crucial moment when the explosives detonated, his video was ruined by…
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Blue Origin’s POV video shows its rocket’s rapid return to Earth

Blue Origin has released a few videos of its New Shephard rocket landings, but this one's a little different. The team behind the reusable launch system recently attached a camera to the rocket itself and filmed New Shepard's…
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Canada is using drones to discover the cause of its massive wildfire

As the Fort McMurray wildfire continues to burn, the Canadian authorities are hoping drone technology will be able to help it determine exactly how the devastating blaze started.
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Samsung’s remarkable ‘sliding seat’ lets sports fans keep up with the action

Samsung's built a set of sliding seats that move up and down a sports field so fans can stay close to the action. The Slider will be unveiled at a major sports event in London later this month, and is set to give a few lucky spectators a…
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Nike’s microclimate chair heats and cools exactly where athletes need it 2:20

At first glance, it looks like a chair with ideas way above its station. But look closer and you'll see there's good reason for its outlandish design. This is Nike's "Microclimate Chair" with tech that it says can enhance the…

Tasty news: NY Times will soon deliver meal kits to your door

The New York Times has cooked up a plan it hopes will help to boost revenue as it deals with increasing pressure on its traditional business. The idea? Meal-kit delivery for dishes on its Coking website. The new service is set to launch in…

Some riders will start using Lyft’s self-driving taxis within a year

Some Lyft riders will be stepping inside driverless cars within a year, the company said Thursday. As part of its partnership with GM, the ride-hailing service says tests using self-driving Chevrolet Bolts will take place in a…