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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NASA wants you to help it choose the photo sites for its next Jupiter flyby

If you've ever gotten a kick out of snapping a half-decent shot of the night sky, then how about offering NASA some input on where it should point its JunoCam during its next Jupiter flyby early next month?

Computer glitch grounds United flights for the second time in three months

A computer glitch forced United Airlines to ground domestic flights for several hours on Sunday evening. It's the second time in three months for an issue of this nature to cause delays for United passengers.

Uber will shell out $20M to settle claims it misled drivers over wages

Uber has agreed to pay $20 million over claims made by the Federal Trade Commission that it recruited drivers with false information about how much they could earn in the job.

Amazon is going to train thousands of veterans for jobs in the tech industry

As part of an employment-focused initiative involving more than 200 companies and colleges, Amazon says it's going to train thousands of veterans and military spouses over the next five years for jobs in the tech industry.

How in the world did SpaceX snap this stunning rocket-landing photo?

Everything came right for SpaceX on Saturday when it successfully landed another of its rockets on a floating platform after a four-month break. Heck, it even managed to snap a stunning photo just moments before the rocket touched down.

Amazon’s latest patent reveals its own take on autonomous car technology

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Mozilla just unveiled its new, web-infused logo

Mozilla, the not-for-profit organization behind the Firefox web browser, has just unveiled a new, minimalist logo as part of a branding move that it says will help it become known as "the champions for a healthy internet."

This drone-photo firm just paid a massive fine over alleged illegal flights

A company that uses drones to capture aerial imagery for clients has just paid $200,000 to settle a dispute with the FAA. The FAA had accused it of conducting illegal flights, though the company, SkyPan, at no time admitted to any…
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At last! Makers of Japan’s high-tech toilets will unify symbols for foreign tourists

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Drone owners warned to keep their UAVs away from Friday’s inauguration

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Here’s an Xbox One controller you can play with in the pool

If you love all things Xbox, then this new toy from Microsoft is likely to pique your interest. It's a large inflatable in the shape of an Xbox controller, though sadly you can't connect it to the console for a more offbeat gaming…

Say hello to the most obnoxious selfie stick yet

It may be a little tricky to put together and hard to carry around, but photographer Ted Forbes seems more than happy with his absurdly elaborate selfie stick.