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.
Following a deal with Getty Images, Google says it will alter its image search to improve attribution of photographers’ work, make copyright disclaimers more noticeable, and remove links to high-res images.
Free gadgets from Amazon may sound great, but a couple from Boston just can't take it anymore. The Gallivans have been receiving several items a week since October, and only recently learned why it's been happening.
Amazon is serious about its Prime Air drone delivery plan, and has a busy R&D team working on the project. Its latest idea may seem a little puzzling, however, as it describes allowing drones to hitch rides on trucks.
A Starman in a Tesla Roadster is on his way to Mars, and Elon Musk recently posted the final photo of this now-famous spacesuit-clad mannequin. Starman was taken to space by the Falcon Heavy, which launched for the first time on Tuesday.
DJI doesn't want its reputation tarnished with tales of Phantom or Mavic drones causing havoc at this month's Winter Games, and there are safety and security issues to consider, too. So it's doing something about it.
Swapping his SpaceX hat for a Tesla one after a busy few days, Elon Musk made clear he hasn't given up on his plan to send a fully autonomous Tesla car on a coast-to-coast road trip. And he has given a time frame for it, too.
Google is making it easier to plan trips on your smartphone with new features for searching destinations, and booking hotels and flights. The changes should mean less site-hopping and more getting things done.
Soon after the Falcon Heavy's historic launch on Tuesday, February 6, SpaceX Elon Musk answered reporters' questions about the mission. And a surprising number of them wanted to know more about Starman.
The cops of New York City have a new crime-fighting tool: The iPhone. Around 36,000 of the Apple-made handsets are being handed out to officers throughout the city to help them with their daily duties.