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.

Google unveils Classroom, a free online tool to help teachers organize their workload

Google on Tuesday unveiled Classroom, a free tool designed to "give teachers more time to teach and students more time to learn." Part of the Google Apps for Education suite, Classroom makes use of several Google services, including Docs…

Photo deal: onOne offering all-new Perfect Effects 8 for free, save $100

Image-editing specialist onOne is offering the latest edition of its $100 Perfect Effects 8 photo-enhancement software for free. The versatile tool features an extensive library of one-click presets, adjustable filters, and plenty more…
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Update: Yosemite National Park says no to drones, Zion follows suit

If you're a videographer considering heading to Yosemite or Zion National Park to gather some aerial footage of the stunning natural wonder, better think again. The National Park Service has just banned the use of unmanned aircraft systems…
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Apple-Samsung jury recalculates damages award after error, but amount stays at $119.5m

The latest Apple-Samsung patent trial wrapped up in San Jose, California on Monday after the jury corrected an error in its damages award. However, Samsung must still pay Apple the same amount: $119.5 million.

Apple stores reportedly prepping for major iPhone upgrade push in bid to increase sales

Apple is said to be prepping its retail stores for a major sales drive as it hopes to persuade iPhone owners to upgrade to the latest 5S or 5C handsets. The move comes as former Burberry boss Angela Ahrendts begins her new role as Apple's…

Microsoft announces ‘small’ event for May 20, 8-inch Surface expected

With Microsoft widely expected to launch a more portable Surface tablet some this year, an invitation to "a small gathering" in New York on May 20 can surely mean only one thing.

Swatch opposes Apple’s iWatch trademark, says it’s too similar to own iSwatch moniker

Swatch has raised concerns about Apple's registration of the 'iWatch' name as a trademark, claiming it looks and sounds too similar to its own iSwatch device. The company says it's contacted authorities in all the countries where the name…

Apple’s WWDC to focus on software, with not an iWatch or new Apple TV in sight, apparently

If you were hoping to see Apple unveil its much-anticipated iWatch or a refreshed Apple TV at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco next month, then it looks like you're going to be sorely disappointed.

Vine website gets major update, includes search and discovery features

Short-video service Vine has rolled out a brand new look for its website, offering desktop visitors a much richer experience. It's now possible to browse categories and search for videos, and you no longer need an account to access the…

YouTube launches intro-video option for creators to help boost channel recognition

YouTube channel owners looking for a quick and easy way to improve branding can now do a one-time upload a clip of up to three seconds which'll automatically play before all their videos. The new feature rolled out Wednesday.
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Google Glass teardown puts total value of parts at less than $80

Google has been selling Glass to Explorer testers for a hefty $1500, but a teardown of the device suggests its components are only worth $80. This might mean that, when it finally gets a commercial release, it'll actually come with a…