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.

Etsy launches build-your-own-website tool geared toward sellers

Etsy is broadening its services for sellers with the launch of Pattern, a tool to help its merchants build and launch their own custom websites. Costing $15 a month, Etsy hopes Pattern's deep integration with its main site will help attract…

New ‘animal noises’ feature from Google means no more awful impersonations

Google has upped its Search game, embedding audio clips of various animals into results. OK, it may not be the enhancement you were hoping for, but you'll probably have some fun clicking on the various creatures to see what they sound like…
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California drone heads to Africa on mission to save lives

A California drone startup has struck a deal with the Rwandan government to use its flying machine for the delivery of urgent medical supplies around the country. Zipline International says its service could save thousands of…

Trump hotels reportedly hit by second data breach in 12 months

Trump hotels says it's investigating a possible breach of its computer systems, which, if confirmed, would be the second such attack on the company in 12 months. As in the first breach, malware is suspected, with customer information…

Fujifilm’s Instax analog camera is outselling its digital devices by nearly 4 times

Sales of standalone digital cameras may be faltering, but Fujifilm is enjoying some solid success with its Instax analog shooters, an instant-camera format that gives you a print in hand within seconds of taking the shot.

Barclays Bank has finally switched on Apple Pay support in the U.K.

Apple Pay has been live in the U.K. for a while, but banks and stores continue to announce support. It's the first time for the tech company to take its contactless payment service outside of the U.S., and here's everything you need to know…

Jeremy Clarkson left bloodied and beaten after ‘dangerous’ car stunt

Teasing his upcoming Amazon Prime car show, Jeremy Clarkson tweeted a selfie showing a blackened face and bloody nose, telling followers it was the result of "the most dangerous stunt" he'd ever attempted.
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Watch out, trees! This #KillerDrone has a chainsaw

We've already seen a gun-wielding drone and another with a flamethrower attached, so perhaps we shouldn't be too surprised to learn that someone has now fixed a chainsaw to one.
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Watch Blue Origin’s reusable rocket land flawlessly for a third time 1:51

Blue Origin on Saturday nailed its third launch and landing in five months using the same New Shepard rocket, and it's now posted a video on YouTube showing key moments from the successful mission.
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Cop in personal fight to stop people live-streaming while driving

A UK cop has been tracking down live-streaming drivers warning them to keep their eyes off their smartphone and on the road. He says unless habits change, it won't be long before "the first person live-streams their own death or that of…
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Blue Origin’s reusable rocket nails its third landing

Blue Origin has done it again, successfully launching and landing its New Shepard rocket for the third time in five months. CEO Jeff Bezos said last month he hopes to start manned missions using the reusable launch system as early as next…

Verizon hires lots of cute puppies to unbox LG’s new G5 smartphone

Verizon turned to "cute" for an unboxing of the G5, LG's latest top-end handset that launches today. Using a litter of adorable puppies, the procedure became more of a torture test than an unboxing, though the phone seemed to…