Christian Cawley is MakeUseOf's security editor, Android tinkerer, Windows Phone mentalist, and Doctor Who fan. Follow him as @thegadgetmonkey on Twitter.
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Are you considering a new smartphone? If you are, Amazon’s Fire phone might be high on your list. But there are five privacy reasons why this might not be a good idea…
Get great meal ideas for all types of diets. With a portable touchscreen device, you can even prepare your meals with your computer in the kitchen!
Miss Railroad Tycoon or Transport Tycoon? Try these Android alternatives, or learn how to emulate it on Android.
Don’t pay someone else to do it, we’ve come up with five methods of digitising your old photographic slides on the cheap.
Are you still using Windows Phone 7? Seriously, it’s time to move on. You should upgrade immediately and here’s why.
Check out these Windows Phone games when you want to play with other people!
Wouldn’t it be easier to play a first person shooter if you were actually holding the gun? Or are such enhancements largely redundant in an age when mobile gaming can stand on its own.
Want a safe way to use your Android smartphone while driving? These car mode apps make it easy.
Windows Phone has finally come of age with the 8.1 update, which includes improved video uploading. It’s now much easier to share your Windows Phone videos with friends via social networks.
Windows Phone 8.1 offers new tools to help manage your digital and offline life. Get the most out of Windows Phone with our tips.
The Windows Phone update delivers a digital assistant, fast connectivity toggles, improved camera and greater support for a wider selection of apps. Find out how you can get it!
There are a whole host of Android utilities that can be used by Raspberry Pi owners to make life easier, including a couple that are custom designed.
Lightweight arcade games played casually are all very well, but what if you want your mobile gaming experience to be more rewarding and worthwhile?
Bored with no one to talk to? Why not strike up a conversation with your Windows Phone? These cues will make Cortana talk.
Now approaching the release of Windows Phone 8.1, 40 games previously incompatible with Windows Phone 8 have been updated. Is this the shot in the arm Windows Phone gaming needs? Or is there another problem?