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.
Feel free to contact at email@example.com
Dave's Latest Posts
Do you wonder where your time goes? Sometimes at the end of a day it can feel like we didn’t do anything or go anywhere. Other times it feel like we traveled half the world in an instant. If you want to be able to look back and see where you went, Track My Life […]
You already have caller ID on your mobile phone, right? Of course you do, as long as the person is listed in your contacts. What about those annoying callers that are not stored in your phone? What can you do about finding out who they are before you answer? You can simply download WhoAreYou on […]
Are you the type of person who loves pointing out new music that you think your friends may like? Maybe you just want to see if you have a bigger music collection than your friends? Whatever your reason for wanting to compare your iTunes library with a friend, we have discovered a program that makes this incredibly […]
A video game console usually comes with the system itself, some cables and a controller. These are the essentials necessary to give the machine power, make it display images on your screen of choice and provide you with a method of interacting with the game. Nine times out of ten, this is more than sufficient to play the game and have a damn good time. However, some games require a little more.
Attention Kindle Touch users: there is a browser exploit that allows attackers to gain root access to your device. In doing so, they can potentially gain access to your Amazon account. Obviously, many of us store our payment information directly in out Amazon account, and having a malicious person access that information is never a good thing.
When Mark Zuckerberg likes a plug-in that uses Facebook, you know it’s something worth checking out. In this case, we have Friendsheet, which takes the photos from your Facebook news feed and displays them in a Pinterest styled page. Mark Zuckerberg recently liked it on Facebook, giving it his seal of approval, and after testing […]
If you own a Kindle Fire and enjoy gaming on it, you are in luck because Amazon just rolled out an awesome new feature called GameCircle that is similar to Apple’s Game Center. This new service connects gamers with each other, has leaderboards and syncs game states between any device.
On the agenda for today, we have some incredibly dumb IAmA action, some video game nonsense, a Reddit of the week and more. It is time to kick back, relax and get ready to be entertained by the best of the crazy stuff Reddit has to offer.
Are you a Yahoo Voices user? If so, you need to jump online right away and change your password because it may have been compromised. Not only were the password stolen, but email addresses for every user of the service was posted, so it is not even necessary for someone to figure out the email associated with the password.
When you load a YouTube video, one of the cooler features is the ability to see a live thumbnail preview of the video by moving your mouse along the bar. This is a great way to see what is coming up in the later parts of the video. This works great when you are on […]
Usually, hosting a website requires you to sign up for a plan and buy some amount of space. However, not everyone needs to host a website for an extended period of time. For one reason or another, you may need to upload a page to the web and share it only temporarily. If this is […]
Because an MMO is so immersive you do not want to feel like you are disconnected from the game. If you are hardcore into World of Warcraft, Star Wars: The Old Republic or Eve Online, we have found some amazing apps that will help you expand your gameplay experience with your iPhone or Android.
If you read a lot of static scientific documents in PDF format, Utopia Docs is the perfect PDF reader for you. It is a PDF reader that connects the static content of scientific articles to the dynamic world of online content. It keeps information current and makes standard PDF documents come alive in a way that […]
Windows has a built-in system information tab, and much of the time it can be quite useful. However, it does not display everything you need to know, which causes you to bounce around from place to place to get the data you need. Sys Information solves that problem by putting all the information on your […]
AVG Family Safe is the hot new browser in town on iOS. It is tailor-made for people who want their children to have a safer web browsing experience while using their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Many parents use filters to protect their children while they are browsing the web on their computers, but they have nothing in place to safeguard them while on iOS devices. Downloading AVG Family Safe is just the tool for the job.