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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New York City’s subway cars to get high-tech makeover

New York City has promised to spend $27 billion on improving its transportation network, with some of the money earmarked for the city's sprawling subway network. Modern cars and revamped stations are planned.
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SpaceX is getting really good at these rocket landings

SpaceX is really getting the hang of these rocket landings, on Sunday night scoring its fifth flawless landing in eight months. This latest success takes the team yet another step toward its dream of creating a reliable reusable…

Sprint’s parent company just bought ARM, the biggest smartphone chip designer

Confident of the future success of the so-called "Internet of Things," Japan's SoftBank has agreed to acquire U.K.-based chip giant ARM in a deal worth around $32 billion.

Nintendo is fighting unofficial downloads of ‘Pokémon Go’ (good luck with that)

Everyone and his dog wants to play 'Pokémon Go', but the game's availability is still limited. Keen to control its global rollout, Nintendo is sending takedown notices to Google asking it to remove search results that link to unauthorized…
Social Media

Attack in Nice sees Facebook activate Safety Check for fourth time in five weeks

Following Thursday night's devastating attack on a crowd of Bastille Day revelers in Nice, France, Facebook activated its Safety Check tool to enable users in the area to quickly show friends and family they were safe.

‘Pokémon Go’ creator could be on the verge of making some serious dough

If you’re playing 'Pokémon Go' in the coming weeks and find yourself landing up at an increasing number of restaurants and other businesses in search of your creatures, it’s likely to be the game’s monetization strategy kicking in.
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Hyperloop One rocked by extraordinary allegations in co-founder’s lawsuit

Besides trying to work out how to bring to fruition Elon Musk's dream of an ultra-high-speed transportation system, Hyperloop One executives are now also having to deal with some astonishing claims in a lawsuit from a co-founder and former…

The ‘Pokémon Go’ phenomenon just got an angry man fired from his job

If Pokémon Go isn't available in your country yet and you really want to play it, here's some advice: Don't go on social media and get angry about it. It may cost you your job.

Shark-tracking app wants to help keep your beach vacation bite-free

If multiple viewings of Jaws has left you reluctant to go swimming during summer vacations, then a new shark-tracking app aimed at helping humans and great whites to peacefully co-exist may encourage you to get back in the water.
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Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo is about to take to the skies again

Following extensive ground-based testing, the first trial flight of Virgin Galactic's newly designed SpaceShipTwo vehicle will take place next month. The spaceplane has been grounded since 2014 following a crash in which one of…

Street View enters London’s majestic Westminster Abbey

Street View has added yet another famous location to its already massive library of panoramic imagery. This time it's London's stunning Westminster Abbey, the site of countless royal coronations, weddings, and burials.