From time to time, we all get concerned about our computer's temperature. But should we be worried?
MakeUseOf interviews James C. Burns, the man behind Call of Duty: Black Ops' Frank Woods. Learn about his acting and future plans!
Ebook subscription sites are here. With a monthly fee, you can unlock an entire world of literature just waiting to be read at your convenience. Should you subscribe? If so, which site is best?
For those in the Apple ecosystem, AirPlay can be a fantastic way to stream music. It lets you take your devices — be it a smartphone, tablet, or computer — and play your music on…
Bookends for Mac practically performs the research and citation formatting tasks for you.
Do you struggle to focus on your writing? typWrittr is a browser-based writing environment that places an emphasis on the written word. It is designed to be inviting and distraction-free.
While the KDE Frameworks is considered to be stable, not all things KDE have been modernized. However, you can use other methods to try out KDE 5 until it's widely available.
The potential for nanotechnology is unprecedented. True universal assemblers will usher in a profound shift in the human condition. Of course, there's still a long way to go.
HP didn't start the fire, Uber goes on lunch break, the Sounds of Street View are melodious, the sounds of typewriters typing are annoying, and reasons to never take selfies in front of people.
Bluetooth Auto-Connect – is a solution to your Bluetooth connection problems. It automatically tries to connect to your Bluetooth devices when Bluetooth has been turned on or when your device screen goes on.
Starting your own business isn't easy.
25 of the television shows MakeUseOf readers have binge-watched, and recommend you do too.
What would you do with a 3D printer? If the people developing these applications have anything to say about it, you might be surprised.
The world has always loved the thrill of the chase. If you are looking for some of the best murder mysteries for your Kindle, let's line up the usual suspects...
Linux development can actually get exciting at times, especially when there are some major changes in a piece of software. However, you may be preventing yourself from benefitting by not making the right decisions.