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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Wearables

Apple ramps up smartwatch push with launch of first TV ad

Apple has rolled out its first TV ad for its debut smartwatch. The ad forms part of a global marketing campaign for the Apple Watch, which arrives in stores on April 10 before going on sale two weeks later.
Mobile

Twitter looks to add livestreaming after buying startup Periscope

Twitter is constantly looking at ways to add more kinds of content to its microblogging service. It's done a lot of work on enhancing image integration, and recently added a video-recording option. Now it looks set to incorporate…
Mobile

Apple’s latest iPhone update comes with an Apple Watch app you can’t get rid of

The latest iPhone update brings with it the Apple Watch app. Essential for enabling buyers of the smartwatch to pair it with their handset, the app also includes videos hoping to persuade you to but the new wearable. Oh, and the app can't…
Wearables

Don’t forget Android Wear! Google launches ad as Tim Cook kicks off Apple Watch event

Keen to remind consumers that there are alternatives to the Apple Watch, Google on Monday rolled out a short TV ad focusing on Android Wear, the OS used to power smartwatches such as the Moto 360 and LG G Watch R.
Cool Tech

Solar Impulse 2 starts epic around-the-world flight

Solar Impulse 2 had a smooth take-off from Abu Dhabi early Monday at the start of an epic journey that should see it become the first aircraft to fly around the world without using a drop of fuel.
Mobile

Apple making it simpler for schools to use iPads

Apple is gearing up to simplify the way schools deploy and manage iPads in the classroom. The changes will come into effect at around the same time that the company's expected to launch a larger iPad geared toward the education sector.
Computing

Luxury hotel chain Mandarin Oriental hit by hackers

Luxury hotel chain Mandarin Oriental confirmed Thursday it's been the victim of a point-of-sale scam resulting in the theft of credit card data by as yet unidentified hackers.
Mobile

Shazam planning to expand its service to ‘object recognition’

Shazam's been identifying music tracks and TV shows for years, but now it's looking to expand its service to object recognition, allowing users to ID everyday items for more information, or to make a purchase.
Social Media

Instagram users, multi-page ‘carousel ads’ are coming your way

Instagram is introducing 'carousel ads' that let users swipe through multiple pages, giving marketers the chance to include more content when it comes to pushing their product.
Apple

Apple Watch bags prestigious design award, and it’s not even out yet

The Apple Watch isn't even out yet and it's already picked up a prestigious design award. Created by Jony Ive and his team, judges at the International Forum's annual industrial design contest said, "For us, it is already an icon."
Cool Tech

UK lawmakers want a tracking system for all drone owners

UK lawmakers helping to draw up new safety rules for drone operators are calling for an online database of all drone owners, as well as an app that can help people easily identify any UAV they see flying overhead.
Mobile

A 12.9-inch iPad is still on its way, but later than expected

With sales of Apple's iPad continuing to fall, the company may want to get its as-yet unannounced iPad Pro onto the market sooner rather than later. A report Wednesday, however, suggests problems in its supply chain mean we may not see it…