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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BlackBerry returns to tablet arena with security-focused slate

BlackBerry has teamed up with a number of other tech firms to create a new security-focused tablet aimed at businesses and government agencies. The SecuTab, essentially a modified Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, launches in the summer with a…
Social Media

Twitter embraces livestreaming, confirms Periscope purchase

Twitter is taking a deeper interest in livestreaming after it confirmed on Friday its purchase of Periscope, a San Francisco-based startup currently working on an app focused on both live and recently recorded content.
Cool Tech

Amazon drone delivery plan given hope as NASA progresses with air traffic control system

NASA is reportedly making progress with its plan to develop an air traffic control system for drones. If implemented, the system would give drone operators significantly greater freedom, making the technology much more attractive to a range…
Wearables

Swatch boss says he has no interest in making a ‘minimized mobile phone’ for your wrist

Swatch CEO Nick Hayek has just offered his latest views on the smartwatch space, saying he has no interest in making a "minimized mobile phone" for the wrist. Instead, he wants to incorporate technologies such as Bluetooth and NFC into…
Mobile

Google launches new dedicated online store for its devices and accessories

Google has just launched a new online store where you can buy products "made with Google," including Nexus phones and tablets, Chromebooks, Android Wear smartwatches, accessories, and more.
Mobile

UK’s National Gallery follows others and slaps a ban on the selfie stick

Another day, another selfie stick ban. The latest tourist site to join the club is London's National Gallery, which this week cited visitor safety and artwork protection as reasons for the ban.
Mobile

Nokia’s HERE Maps navigates its way back to iOS

Nokia suddenly pulled its Here mapping app from the iTunes store in December 2013, citing issues with iOS 7 that the company said adversely affected the app's performance. More than a year on and the Finnish firm has finally…
Wearables

Why did Apple launch the $10K Apple Watch Edition? This awesome parody video tells us

If you're looking to take a break from the mass of recent media coverage linked to Apple's debut smartwatch, be sure to check out this great comedy skit about the top-end Apple Watch Edition first.
Social Media

No more ‘feeling fat’ on Facebook, company pulls double-chinned emoji after protest

Facebook has decided to remove its double-chinned 'feeling fat' emoji after thousands of people signed a Change.org petition claiming that it made fun of those who feel overweight.
Mobile

Next iPhone said to incorporate Force Touch and include a pink color option

A Wall Street Journal report Tuesday says the next iteration of Apple's iPhone will come with pressure-sensitive Force Touch technology, as seen with the Apple Watch and new MacBook. A pink color option will also be added, the Journal said…
Wearables

In two minds about the Apple Watch? This try-before-you-buy startup can help you out

Consumers who're in two minds about buying the Apple Watch, or who simply want a better understanding of what all the fuss is about, will be able to rent the smartwatch from a San Francisco-based startup once it hits the market next month.
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.