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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Cool Tech

Look what Adidas made out of trash pulled from the ocean

Check out these awesome "knitted" sneakers that Adidas made almost entirely from trash pulled from the ocean. The sportswear company teamed up with an conservation group to create the shoes, which they hope will raise awareness about ocean…
Wearables

Jawbone hits Fitbit with third lawsuit in two months

Jawbone has just filed its third legal complaint in two months against rival Fitbit. The latest one follows an earlier accusation of patent infringement, and demands that an import ban be imposed on parts used to make Fitbit devices.
Gaming

YouTube star PewDiePie said to have made a whopping $7 million in 2014

Ever tried to make some money on YouTube? PewDiePie gave it a go, and now he's raking in millions of dollars annually. The YouTube star, who's scored nearly 10 billion views in five years, has made a living out of recordings of…
Social Media

Facebook’s new ‘floating video’ feature lets you keep scrolling through content

Facebook, like many online outfits, would really like it if you watched more videos. With that in mind, the social networking giant is now testing a "floating video" button so you can keep watching a video while you continue browsing your…
Cool Tech

Swiss Post the latest to test out deliveries by drone

As Amazon tinkers with its Prime Air drone and tries to persuade the FAA to give it more freedom to tests its kit, Swiss Post has this week gone ahead and launched a trial to test the viability of using the flying machines for special…
Mobile

There is free Wi-Fi at the top of Japan’s highest mountain

Japan's free Wi-Fi services are about to reach new heights with the launch of hotspots along Mount Fuji's hiking trails. The new service is aimed primarily at foreign travelers, thousands of whom visit each year to climb the nation's…
Apple

Ever the perfectionist, Apple plans to redesign third-party accessory packaging at its stores

Apple is reportedly about to unveil changes to the look and feel of third-party products sold in its stores with the introduction of co-designed packaging resembling boxes for its own range of gear.
Computing

HoloLens: Microsoft offers researchers $500K to take its AR gear to the next level

Microsoft is doling out the dough in a bid to grab the attention of researchers interested in developing applications for the HoloLens. The company hopes that grants worth $100K each will help HoloLens unlock "new ways to create…
Cool Tech

Japan transforming its disused golf courses into solar farms

Japanese electronics company Kyocera is working to convert some of the country's disused golf courses into solar power plants. The locations are perfect for such an initiative as the land has already been cut into mountains and is easily…
Web

Amazon’s new Prime Day celebration promises ‘more deals than Black Friday’ 1:52

Amazon's celebrating its 20th birthday with a special day of sales that promises "more deals than Black Friday." In truth, it looks like a shrewd move to boost its Prime membership numbers, though existing members may well find an…
Mobile

Sydney Opera House latest to join anti-selfie-stick brigade

An increasing number of tourist sites and venues around the world are cracking down on the selfie stick, with officials at the Sydney Opera House the latest to make its feelings known regarding use of the extendable pole.
Cool Tech

After several failed supply missions, the ISS crew finally gets some goodies

A SpaceX rocket taking supplies to the ISS exploded after liftoff last week, while another mission by the Russians ended in failure in April. On Sunday, however, it was third time lucky, with the Progress 60 cargo craft able to complete its…