Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor, who has a love for games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing video games! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below.
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Dave's Latest Posts
Check out this infographic, and you might never look at these popular brands the same way again!
Throwing more money at people isn’t always the best solution for keeping people happy!
So how does responsive web design really work? What makes for a smart, effective responsive website?
Just how much money are the people and companies behind these popular iOS games actually making? You might want to take a seat, because the numbers will shock you.
Who are the people looking to stand against Internet freedom, and what are they looking to achieve?
Surely you’ve heard of the Google Labs, it’s a place of imagination where some of the coolest possible products of the future are in the works.
Who is actually tracking your smartphone? What methods are they using to track you?
There’s a lot of different things you can do within the graphic design field, and the pay between them can vary wildly. How are you to decide?
Have you always dreamed of building your own video games? With the rise of the indie game development scene, it’s easier than ever for a single person working on a game to actually get noticed, but of course, you need knowledge and skill to actually make your game ideas a reality. That’s where this fantastic […]
Surely you know of some movies that you wish would get a sequel. We all have our favorites, but some movies wrap things up in such a way that a sequel just isn’t possible. In other cases, the business of the movie business prevents a new release from coming along. Whatever the reason, the images in the […]
If things really went bad on the Internet, and we’re talking catastrophic failure, what would happen?
Have you ever thought about who makes the apps you love?
The infographic here will show you how to work from home while actually gaining productivity. It’s a win-win!
When a company like NVIDIA announced that it was working on a technology called G-SYNC that would reside in computer monitors, we had to take notice.
Might you be sitting on a gold mine in your attic?