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

iMessage: Judge orders Apple to face lawsuit over disappearing text messages

Apple's iMessage problem just won't go away. After rolling out a fix for a long-running issue where text messages were going missing for users switching to Android from iOS, a judge has ruled that the tech giant must now face a lawsuit over…
Music

YouTube to launch music subscription service ‘within weeks’

For more than a year we've been hearing that YouTube's working on a music subscription service to rival the likes of Spotify. The latest news is that the expected ad-free service is set to launch "within weeks."
Web

Barnes & Noble offers aspiring authors print-on-demand option with Nook Press Print

Barnes & Noble already offers an ebook service for authors to get their work on mobile devices, and from this week it's also giving publishers the chance to put their work on paper with a new print-on-demand option.
Mobile

Finally! Instagram now lets you edit captions

The ability to edit captions on posts has been one of the top requests from Instagram users. The good news is that the feature has finally landed with the roll out of the app's latest update for Android and iOS.
Mobile

Putin presents Chinese leader Xi Jinping with YotaPhone, Xi cracks a smile

Russian president Vladimir Putin presented his Chinese counterpart with a YotaPhone at this week's APEC summit in Beijing, a highly publicized gesture that must have had executives at Moscow-based Yota Devices high-fiving one another in…
Mobile

Half a billion people now use the Facebook Messenger app

Facebook Messenger has been mired in controversy since the social networking giant cut messaging from its main app, pushing users to download its standalone offering. Despite the fuss, the user base has more than doubled since April and now…
Cool Tech

Google inks deal with NASA to use massive Moffett Airfield for research projects

Google has inked a deal with NASA giving the Mountain View company control of the massive Moffett Airfield in Silicon Valley. The site is expected to be used for projects linked to space exploration, aviation, and robotics.
Wearables

Sony SmartWatch 3 now available via Google Play for $250

Sony's new SmartWatch 3 device is now available for order via the Google Play store, priced at $250. Unveiled at IFA, the Android Wear device has been noted for its various standalone functions and sporty good looks.
Mobile

Apple has fixed the big bug with iMessage, sort of

Missing text messages has been a problem for some ex-iPhone users ever since Apple launched its iMessage app back in 2011. Now, with the launch over the weekend of a new Web tool, Apple is hoping to finally put the issue to bed.
Web

SpaceX’s Elon Musk wants to launch 100s of ‘lighter, cheaper’ Internet satellites

While Google and Facebook are already looking at different ways to bring Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world, Elon Musk is reportedly also interested in creating and launching 100s of 'lighter, cheaper' satellites with the…
Photography

ZenCam’s novel service aims to make us better smartphone snappers

The ease with which we can shoot photos with a smartphone means our camera rolls soon become cluttered with uninspiring images that are quickly forgotten. ZenCam hopes to change all that....
Photography

New limited-edition 66/6 pinhole camera shoots with Polaroid instant film

If you feel like putting your high-tech camera gear to one side momentarily for a somewhat simpler photo-related experience, then Supersense's limited-edition 66/6 pinhole camera may be of interest....