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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Computing

MacBook-owning Lego fans, your laptop case is on its way

Lego-loving MacBook owners on the hunt for a laptop cover need look no further – Brik Case is on its way. Described as "the world's most customizable laptop case," the simple clip-on plate can be decorated with plastic bricks in…
Cool Tech

OnePlus unveils world’s smallest drone, and no, it’s not a joke

OnePlus has just unveiled what it claims is the world's smallest remote-controlled drone. Just 7cm across, the DR-1 is available for $20, though you'll have to move quick to get one as the company says it's only produced a "limited…
Wearables

New York Times plans ‘one-sentence stories’ for Apple Watch

Rather than loading a full news article onto the Apple Watch, the New York Times is going for "one-sentence stories" where users can get a brief summary before choosing whether to continue reading on their iPhone or iPad.
Computing

RadioShack gets green light to co-brand 1,700 stores with Sprint

RadioShack will live on, albeit in a diminished form. A deal green-lighted by a Delaware court Tuesday means around 1,700 of its stores will partner with Sprint, with RadioShack taking up around two-thirds of the space in each location.
Cool Tech

Amazon Prime Air drone tests buzz U.S. border to spite FAA

In an apparent effort to highlight what it sees as the FAA's overly cautious approach to drone testing in the U.S., Amazon has revealed it's conducting Prime Air test flights in Canada, just feet from the U.S. border.
Social Media

Facebook opens its new ‘unassuming’ but actually really swish Menlo Park campus

Facebook's plush new Menlo Park workspace has just opened its doors to staff. The new eco-friendly premises features what may be the world's largest open-plan office, as well as a rooftop garden where employees can go to dream up the…
Mobile

Get ready, LG’s funky new Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy Android smartphones are coming

LG's new mid-range smartphones are about to go on sale around the world. The funLeon and Joy join the more exciting LG Magna and Spirit, which have curved bodies to make them more comfortable to hold.
Cool Tech

This glow in the dark spray paint helps drivers see cyclists in the dark

You can cover yourself in LED lights and wear a bunch of reflectors if you're off out for a nighttime cycle ride, but car giant Volvo also suggests you spray yourself head to toe in LifePaint, a new product that lets night riders…
Wearables

More goofy than Google Glass, Sony’s SmartEyeGlass specs are now yours for $840

Sony has just launched the developer edition of its Glass-like SmartEyeglass specs, though with its attention-grabbing looks (not in a good way) and hefty $840 price tag, the company may need to accompany the gadget with some convincing…
Wearables

Apple will make Watch Edition buyers feel special before they hand over $17,000

With the Apple Watch Edition starting at $10,000, potential customers may well be expecting some special treatment when they walk into an Apple Store asking to see the device. A report Sunday suggests they won't be disappointed.
Mobile

Apple’s Tim Cook to donate his wealth (after paying his nephew’s college fees)

Apple boss Tim Cook has joined the growing band of super-rich people pledging to give away their wealth before they die. First, though, he wants to take care of his nephew's college fees.
Cool Tech

Amazon’s X Factor-for-robots wants precise packers, not melodic megastars

In its ongoing effort to streamline costs and transform its vast distribution centers into fully automated operations, Amazon is holding a contest to find the perfect robot for picking and packing items that it sells to customers.