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Trevor Mogg

Trevor Mogg

Contributing Editor

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.

A woman wearing the Apple Vision Pro headset.

Vision Pro discount for Apple employees not so generous

Apple staff will be offered a discount on the company's new Vision Pro headset, though it's not as generous as the one it offered on other Apple gear.
Astrobotic's Peregrine lander.

Peregrine spacecraft snaps stunning Earth photo just before burning up

Astrobotic's has shared a stunning image of Earth captured by its failed Peregrine spacecraft shortly after it burned up in Earth's atmosphere.
Axiom Space's crewed Axiom-3 mission leaving the launchpad.

Watch Axiom Space’s first all-European mission blast off the launchpad

The first all-European commercial crew has launched safely from the Kennedy Space Center and is now on its way to the International Space Station.
Wing's new, larger delivery drone.

Check out Wing’s largest delivery drone yet

Drone specialist Wing has announced plans to add a bigger drone to its delivery fleet that it says will simplify and streamline larger orders.
Astrobotic's Peregrine lander.

Astrobotic reveals time and place of Peregrine spacecraft reentry

Astrobotic's Peregrine spacecraft developed a critical fault soon after launch last week, and in a short while the vehicle will meet a fiery end.
The Axiom 3 mission waiting to launch.

SpaceX has set a new date for Axiom-3 crewed rocket launch

NASA’s third private launch to the ISS has been delayed to give SpaceX more time to complete pre-launch checkouts and data analysis on the launch vehicle.
An illustration showing Earth-orbiting space junk.

Ground-fired lasers to be tested in fight against space junk

A team of researchers in Japan is working on a system that uses laser beams fired from the ground to knock out pieces of hazardous space junk.
Astrobotic's Peregrine lander.

NASA confirms burn-up date for failed Peregrine spacecraft

After a nine-day adventure in space in which it failed to reach the moon, Astrobotic's Peregrine spacecraft will soon burn up in Earth's atmosphere.
The Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra's cameras.

Look who just replaced Samsung as king of the global smartphone market

Samsung has led global smartphone shipments for the last 14 years, according to research firm IDC, but its arch-rival has just taken its crown.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket on the launchpad at the Kennedy Space Center ahead of its Crew-5 mission.

SpaceX needs good weather for Wednesday’s crewed launch. Here’s the forecast

SpaceX and Axiom Space are making final preparations for their third private crewed launch from the Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station.
SpaceX's Super Heavy and Starship.

Flights to any city in less than 60 minutes? Musk still thinks it’s possible

It currently takes nearly 15 hours to fly from New York to Shanghai, but a Starship passenger service would be able to do it in a mere 39 minutes.
Renders of the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 next to each other.

Apple to drop blood oxygen tool from Apple Watches to avoid import ban

Apple has prepared modified Apple Watch models that could help it to avoid an import ban caused by a patent dispute with a California tech firm.
indiegogo marketplace online store shopping

These online shoppers are unfazed by a 43-year delivery wait

Forget same-day delivery. These remarkably patient online shoppers are prepared to wait more than 40 years for their online order to arrive.
The orbit of Peregrine, Astrobotic's damaged lunar lander.

Astrobotic reveals how things will end for its troubled Peregrine spacecraft

Astrobotic has revealed what will happen to its beleaguered Peregrine spacecraft when it finally shuts down in the coming days.
A person wears an Apple Vision Pro headset. Their eyes are visible through the front of the device.

This is what Apple’s in-store Vision Pro demo will likely be like

Apple is about to launch the Vision Pro mixed-reality headset and is keen for interested folks to sign up for an in-store demonstration.
A health care worker shopping at a store using Amazon's Just Walk Out technology.

Amazon’s grab-and-go stores arrive in hospitals

Amazon is bringing its Just Walk Out technology to hospitals so that busy staff – and visitors – can shop food and drinks without having to wait in line.
Astrobotic's Peregrine lander.

Astrobotic’s Peregrine keeps on flying, but for how much longer?

Despite a damaging propellant leak, Astrobotic's Peregrine spacecraft continues to operate and gather data. But it doesn't have long left.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, stands on stage at the September 2021 Fall Apple Event.

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s earnings fell by $36M in 2023

Apple is paying its top team huge amounts, hardly a surprise considering the company's success at getting people to buy its devices and sign up to its services.
A photo from the Peregrine spacecraft showing Earth in the top right.

Astrobotic’s Peregrine snapped a special photo on its doomed moon mission

Astrobotic, operator of the failed Peregrine lunar mission, has confirmed that the spacecraft managed to snap a rather special photo on its journey.
SpaceX's Starship rocket lifting off in November 2023.

SpaceX reveals anticipated date for third Starship test flight

SpaceX has said the main aim of the next Starship mission is to increase its performance and get the spacecraft to orbit – and it could take place soon.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter.

NASA’s Mars helicopter forced to cut short latest flight

NASA's Mars helicopter, Ingenuity, only managed to fly a third of its planned distance during its second flight, and its team back on Earth says it knows why.
Phone with Twitch mobile app.

Twitch to reportedly lay off 35% of its workforce

Popular streaming service Twitch is reportedly about to lay off 500 workers following an earlier round of job cuts at the Amazon-owned company last year.
The first image of Astrobotic's Peregrine spacecraft.

Astrobotic thinks it knows what caused propellant leak on Peregrine moon lander

Astrobotic says it thinks it knows what caused Monday's propellant leak that dashed hopes of its Peregrine lander reaching the lunar surface.
An illustration showing astronauts on the moon.

NASA delays first crewed Artemis missions to the moon

NASA is delaying the Artemis II and III crewed missions to the moon to give its teams more time to ensure everything is ready for the ambitious flights.
A driverless Waymo car drives along a freeway.

Waymo’s robotaxis head for the highway

Waymo is about to send its fully driverless cars onto freeways for the first time, marking a notable expansion of its robotaxi efforts.
A screenshot from Apple's Vision Pro ad released in January 2024.

Watch Apple’s new ‘Get Ready’ ad for its Vision Pro headset

A new ad for the Vision Pro has landed just hours after Apple announced that the mixed-reality headset will officially launch early next month.
The first image of Astrobotic's Peregrine spacecraft.

Check out the first image from Peregrine lunar lander

The first image beamed back by Astrobotic’s Peregrine spacecraft provides the first visual evidence of a propulsion system anomaly.
The launch of Peregrine Mission 1 by a new ULA rocket, the Vulcan Centaur.

Historic moon mission launches successfully from Kennedy

A mission to send the first U.S. lander to the moon in five decades, and the first to put a privately built lander on the lunar surface, has launched safely.
SpaceX's Starship rocket lifting off in November 2023.

Five rocket launches to look out for in 2024

This year promises to be an exciting one for fans of rocket technology. Here are some of the notable launches to look out for over the coming months.
A ULA Vulcan on the launchpad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

How to watch the first U.S. commercial moon mission launch tonight

Tonight will see a ULA rocket launch the first U.S. commercial mission to the lunar surface. Here's how to watch a live stream of the event.
An illustration of NASA's Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) on the lunar surface.

Fly your name to the moon as part of historic NASA mission

NASA is giving everyone the chance to add their name to the historic VIPER mission featuring its first-ever robotic lunar rover.
Elvis in lights.

Another dead music legend is about to get the hologram treatment

Elvis Presley is the latest deceased artist set to return to the stage in digital form, with shows planned for London, Las Vegas, Berlin, and Tokyo.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 engine burns against an orbital sunset.

Watch SpaceX Falcon 9 engine burn against orbital sunset backdrop

SpaceX has released remarkable footage showing one of its rocket engines burning against the beautiful backdrop of an orbital sunset.
SpaceX tests the engines on its Super Heavy booster.

Watch SpaceX wrap up 2023 with spectacular Super Heavy rocket test

SpaceX wrapped up a busy 2023 with a blast of all 33 Raptor engines on its Super Heavy rocket – the most powerful in the world – ahead of its next test flight.