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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Ticketmaster may owe almost everyone free ticket vouchers

Ticketmaster is sending out free ticket vouchers and discount codes to customers who used its service to make bookings between 1999 and 2013. The move is part of a $400 million lawsuit settlement involving around 50 million of its…
Cool Tech

Watch Blue Origin achieve a ‘picture-perfect’ capsule crash-landing

Blue Origin scored another flawless landing of its reusable New Shepard rocket on Sunday, and also tested a crash-landing scenario for its unmanned crew capsule. Check out the video to see it come down.
Cool Tech

Lovely day for a landing: ISS astronaut trio return to Earth

Following a 186-day stay aboard the International Space Station, three astronauts returned safety to Earth in the Soyuz TMA-19M capsule on Saturday, with NASA photographer Bill Ingalls capturing some stunning shots of their return.
Mobile

Uber is aiming to eat into London’s meal-delivery market

Uber is pushing ever deeper into meal delivery. The company better known for dealing with passengers than restaurant dishes has just launched UberEats in central London, offering speedy food delivery from around 150 restaurants.
Cool Tech

History fans will love this map showing the birth of cities across nearly 6,000 years

Using publicly available data compiled by Yale University researchers, a New York-based history buff has just created a fascinating digital map showing where and when population clusters have emerged over the last 5,700 years.
Mobile

Apple explains why iMessage is unlikely to ever land on Android

There was talk last week that iMessage was about to land for Android users, but it wasn't to be. And now an Apple executive has explained why its messaging software is unlikely to ever land on Google's mobile operating system.
Web

This Grandma made the most polite Google search in history

British grandma May Ashworth is possibly the politest web user on the planet. Believing there was someone out there taking care of her Google Searches, the silver surfer has always been careful to exhibit perfect manners when using the…
Mobile

It seems like T-Mobile customers can’t get enough of pizza

Last week T-Mobile launched its T-Mobile Tuesdays app that offers free stuff to its customers. Trouble is, the pizza offer has proved so popular that Domino's can't deal with demand, so from next week a free Lyft ride will be offered…
Social Media

Facebook, Google, and Twitter hit with lawsuit from father of Paris attack victim

Facebook, Google, and Twitter are facing a lawsuit from the father of a woman killed in last November's Paris terror attacks. It claims the firms "knowingly permitted" IS to use its tools to attract members, raise funds, and spread…
Virtual Reality

Researchers claim they’ve found a new way to beat VR motion sickness

Motion sickness is a major issue for some VR users, the sickly sensation causing serious interference for those that feel it the most. The good news is, a solution is being sought, with the latest idea offered by a team of…
Mobile

Google wants you to help it build more accurate Maps

Google's Maps team apparently has its work cut out checking user-submitted information. A recently spotted change to the Maps app shows it calling on its vast army of users to help it verify suggested edits in an effort to ensure the…
Cool Tech

NASA just set fire to a cargo ship in space

NASA doesn't usually go around space setting fire to cargo ships, so why did it ignite the Cygnus ship on Tuesday? The space agency explained that it was all part of an experiment to help improve the safety of current and future space…