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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Apple scores deal with MLB to get an iPad Pro in every dugout

Apple has inked a deal with MLB to equip every dugout of all 30 teams with an iPad Pro. The tablets will provide coaching staff with a slew of data "right at the touch of their fingers and when it matters most, during the game," the tech…
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ISS astronauts are about to take delivery of an inflatable room 2:09

The International Space Station is about to take delivery of an inflatable room. The living pod will undergo two years of tests and could one day lead to the development of larger habitation structures for future crews heading…
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Selfie disaster as kids video themselves falling through roof

Take a bunch of kids, a selfie stick and smartphone, and one rickety roof, and what have you got? That's right, a selfie video that goes horribly wrong!
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iPhone builder Foxconn shells out big to buy Sharp

Foxconn has reached a deal with Sharp to acquire the Japanese firm for $3.5 billion, lower than the earlier announced figures, after an extended period of due diligence. Signatures will be exchanged in early April.
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Waze adds alerts so you know when you’re speeding

Other apps already offer the functionality, but now Waze, too, will let you know when you're speeding. The new feature is customizable so you can delay the alert till you're over the limit by as much as 15 percent.
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Google Photos ‘undo edits’ update eliminates copies to reduce clutter

A Google Photos update rolled out this week means editing photos no longer creates copies of the same image. The move should make for a more satisfying viewing experience when scrolling through pictures, and also save storage space.
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Ohio man arrested over parody of police department’s Facebook page

Man makes parody Facebook page about his local police department. Local police department finds it. Local police department doesn't like it. Man gets arrested. Man could go to prison for up to 18 months. Yes, this is happening now in Ohio.
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Bowie tribute show set for Friday in NY City, and you can stream it live

Bowie's gone but we still have his music. A tribute concert at the Radio City Music Hall on Friday will see Michael Stipe, Pixies, The Flaming Lips, and others performing numbers from his vast and varied catalog, and you can stream it live…
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Walking while texting could get you arrested, if a NJ law is passed

Clearly fed up with pedestrians wandering about immersed in their smartphones, a New Jersey politician wants to turn the behavior into an offense punishable with a $50 fine or even a couple of weeks' jail time.
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JK Rowling tweeted some of her rejection letters to encourage new authors

With 7 million followers on Twitter, it's a safe bet JK Rowling has a good number of budding authors hanging on her every tweet. In a bid to encourage them to never give up, she recently posted a couple of rejection letters received from…
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Facebook sorry for global Safety Check error after Pakistan bomb blast

Facebook's Safety Check feature is meant to offer reassurance to those with loved ones unlucky enough to be close to a calamitous event, but a glitch with the service following Sunday's bomb blast in Pakistan ended up spreading more worry…
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Drone incidents involving airplanes rise ‘dramatically,’ FAA says

Common sense sadly seems in short supply for a few owners of remotely controlled flying machines. According to new FAA data, reports of drones coming dangerously close to manned aircraft have risen "dramatically" in recent months.