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.

Drexel University unveils first ever vending machine for iPads

You see vending machines for all sorts of things these days, but Drexel University's new one for iPads is surely a first. The tablets can be borrowed by students and local residents for up to four hours at a time without charge, the…

Snapchat blocks access to all third-party apps in bid to improve security

Snapchat has moved to make its app and associated content more secure by blocking all third-party apps from accessing its data. The change means users will find it more difficult to routinely archive images and videos received by the…

eBay users start bidding during first live auction from Sotheby’s

eBay users from around the world hit the site to take part in live-streamed Sotheby's auctions for the first time on Wednesday night. The event in New York City saw more than 90 lots sold in around 90 minutes, with plenty of bids rolling in…

Uber goes on offensive in Europe, files complaints against authorities

Uber has been having a rough time of it in Europe lately. Barred from operating in several major markets, the company has filed complaints with EU regulators claiming the bans in Germany, France, and Spain break EU rules.

Apple wants networks to cover streaming costs for its Web TV offering, report says

Apple reportedly has "many unresolved questions" to tackle before it has any hope of launching its expected Web TV service, with the latest reports suggesting it's trying to persuade partnering networks to take care of the streaming…

Apple and IBM target corporate sector with 8 new enterprise apps

Apple is making steady progress in its effort to score more mobile device sales in the corporate sector, this week rolling out more business-focused apps as part of its partnership with fellow tech giant IBM.
Movies & TV

Harrison Ford home and recovering well after California plane crash (Update)

Harrison Ford is at home and recovering well after being injured when the single-engine plane he was piloting crash landed on an LA golf course on March 5 due to mechanical failure.

Chinese buyers think Apple’s new trade-in program might be lowballing them

China could become Apple's biggest market sooner than expected now that the company's iPhone trade-in program is available there. However, so far, customers aren't happy with Apple's estimates.

MacBook-owning Lego fans, your laptop case is on its way

Lego-loving MacBook owners on the hunt for a laptop cover need look no further – Brik Case is on its way. Described as "the world's most customizable laptop case," the simple clip-on plate can be decorated with plastic bricks in…
Cool Tech

OnePlus unveils world’s smallest drone, and no, it’s not a joke

OnePlus has just unveiled what it claims is the world's smallest remote-controlled drone. Just 7cm across, the DR-1 is available for $20, though you'll have to move quick to get one as the company says it's only produced a "limited…

New York Times plans ‘one-sentence stories’ for Apple Watch

Rather than loading a full news article onto the Apple Watch, the New York Times is going for "one-sentence stories" where users can get a brief summary before choosing whether to continue reading on their iPhone or iPad.

RadioShack gets green light to co-brand 1,700 stores with Sprint

RadioShack will live on, albeit in a diminished form. A deal green-lighted by a Delaware court Tuesday means around 1,700 of its stores will partner with Sprint, with RadioShack taking up around two-thirds of the space in each location.