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.
Cool Tech

Mid-air dispute over Knee Defender gadget gets passengers kicked off United flight

The clever Knee Defender gadget has been preventing airline seats from reclining for the last 11 years. This week, however, the device – or, more accurately, one man's refusal to stop using it – led to two passengers getting kicked off…
Cool Tech

World’s first ‘smart’ cruise ship features robot bartenders, virtual balconies and more

Tech fans considering a cruise for their next vacation may well be tempted by the Quantum of the Seas, a vessel that its owner, Royal Caribbean, describes as "the world's most technologically advanced ship ever to sail."

Surprise, surprise, Samsung said to be prepping round-faced smartwatch

Motorola's round-faced Moto 360 smartwatch made a big impact when it was announced earlier this year. With that in mind, it's hardly surprising that Samsung is apparently working on a circular smartwatch of its own.

Intel’s smart bracelet likely to launch in coming weeks

Intel looks set to continue its push into wearables with the expected release in the coming weeks of its "luxury" smart bracelet, developed in collaboration with Open Ceremony and set to go on sale at Barneys New York.

Fujifilm X30 unveiled with electronic viewfinder, improved battery life, and more

Fujifilm on Tuesday announced the X30 premium compact, the follow-up to the 18-month-old X20 shooter. The new $599 camera now has an electronic viewfinder, a tilting LCD monitor, and much-improved battery life.

US says more than 1,000 businesses at risk from malware that hit Target and UPS

The Department of Homeland Security says the malware responsible for Target's massive security breach last year may still affect more than 1,000 US companies and organizations, with many unaware that they have been compromised

WhatsApp hits 600 million active users

WhatsApp continues to be the main player in the mobile messaging space, on Monday announcing it now has 600 million active users. The startup launched in 2009 before being acquired by Facebook earlier this year for $19 billion.

Twitter likely to introduce ‘buy’ button later this year after partnering with Stripe

Twitter is reportedly partnering with online payments service Stripe for its push into e-commerce. The social media site could introduce a 'buy' button before year-end, enabling users to purchase items from businesses without leaving the…

Man behind @evleaks speaks to BBC in rare TV interview

Evan Blass, better known as leaker extraordinaire @evleaks, announced this month he was done with spilling the beans on upcoming tech products. In a rare TV interview, the Philadelphia resident recently talked to the BBC about his former…
Health & Fitness

Sony serves up price of its Smart Tennis Sensor

Sony has set the price for its Smart Tennis Sensor shown off at CES at the start of the year. It's also revealed a date for the gadget's US launch, though admittedly it's a bit on the vague side....

The ‘Chairless Chair’ is a chair you can wear

A piece of wearable kit that attaches to your legs like an exoskeleton and transforms into a chair at the touch of a button has caught the interest of BMW and Audi, both of whom plan to test it out with factory workers in the coming months.

iPhone 5C offered for 97 cents at Walmart as store makes space for iPhone 6

Walmart has cut the price of the iPhone 5C to just 97 cents (with a two-year contract) as the store makes space for the iPhone 6, which is likely to be unveiled in a couple of weeks. The 5S model has also been discounted, to $79 from $99.