Mark Jansen

Mark Jansen

Mark Jansen is an avid follower of everything that beeps, bloops, or makes pretty lights. He has a degree in Ancient & Medieval History, which obviously makes him a shoo-in to write about technology for a living. He currently contributes to the Mobile section on Digital Trends, with a particular emphasis and expertise on exploring the weirder side of smartphones, from tiny rugged phones to massive gaming phones. You'll most often find him seeking out leaks and rumors on upcoming devices, and playing with a variety of new apps for both Android and iOS.

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iOS 13 dazzles, but Apple turns down the lights with its new Dark Mode

Apple's iOS 13 is introducing a lot of new features to iPhones, but one of the biggest and most coveted additions absolutely has to be Dark Mode. Here's how to turn on Dark Mode in iOS 13, set an automatic timer, and more.
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Master your newly updated iPhone with the best iOS 13 tips and tricks

The iOS 13 public beta is here. But there's a lot of new and confusing features to dive into in iOS 13. Don't flounder around looking for them -- here's a list of useful iOS 13 tips and tricks to get you started.
Mobile

iOS 13 is here. Here's how to get it on your iPhone or iPod Touch

The iOS 13 public beta has been released, giving you a chance to try out iOS 13's new features. But how do you download Apple's latest software? Here's our guide on how to download the iOS 13 public beta.
Mobile

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Tesla Special Edition turns out to be a beautiful dream

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may not be far away now, but there are still surprises in store. One that will not happen is a team-up with Tesla. A post on Weibo referenced what turns out to be an imaginative high-concept render by a YouTuber.
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Google cancels upcoming Pixel Slate, abandons plans for future Chrome OS tablets

It's bad news if you were looking forward to new Google-built Chrome OS tablets, as Google has officially ceased production on two new devices. This means we won't be seeing any new tablets from Google any time soon.
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Amazon adds a color-changing, eye-saving screen to the high-end Kindle Oasis

Amazon has revealed the new Kindle Oasis ebook reader range for 2019. The refreshed range includes mostly the same specs as the previous version, but now comes with a screen with an adjustable color tone.