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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We use our computers every day. Whether we are checking email, browsing the web or chatting with friends, our computers are an important part of our lives. Most of us interact two ways with our computers. We have our keyboard and our mouse. They are both important for different things, but in my opinion, as long as a keyboard has all the right buttons on it, it is good enough for me. With a mouse, I am much more particular.
When you travel somewhere, the amount of things to do can be overwhelming. You only have so many days and hours on your trip, and you want to see and do as many cool things as possible. The last thing you want is to come home from your vacation feeling like you missed out. Travergence […]
Do you find it hard to find new people to connect with for business purposes? If you are looking to do some networking with people around you, and you own an iPhone, Bizzonia is a great choice. It allows you to boot up their slick app and find other users in your area who are […]
Not everyone wants to take the time and effort to learn the ins and outs of Photoshop. Of course, it can do many incredible things, but most people will not use it, and they just want an easy to use photo editor that will get the job done without too much effort. FotoMix is a […]
If you were one of the users frustrated by the problems with the Firefox app on Android when it first launched, then you are in luck. Mozilla just issued a massive update that overhauls every nearly every single detail of the mobile browser and makes it better overall. The update takes an app that had potential and actually realizes much of it.
Are you concerned about the well-being of your PC when it runs too hot? This is a valid concern as ultra high temperatures and finely tuned computer hardware typically do not mix well together. When you are playing top of the line games that push your CPU and GPU to their limit, you need to […]
Some people have massive collections of music on their computers. I’m talking tens of thousands of songs. Keeping these organized and tagged can be a tricky task, but thankfully, MPTagThat is available to help. It is an incredibly advanced program that makes tagging your music easy. It is literally packed with features that any music […]
The dust has finally settled on Diablo 3. When it came out, things were crazy. Error 37s were happening all over the place and I felt lucky if I could even get in and play a little. Thankfully, that is mostly behind us. Sure, there are some server snags here and there, and there was that incident that killed hardcore players around the world, but for the most part, I have been able to sink my teeth into the game.
Google has launched a new update for their iOS application recently which adds some key features that were missing from the app. The three key features in this new version of the app finally bring the iOS Gmail to the level of other Gmail clients. The first, and most noticeable new feature in this update is support for the Notification Center. It is supported through banners, alerts and lock screen alerts. Google also states that notifications in the update are much faster than the previous version. In fact, they are claiming that they are five times faster than before.
Facebook users can finally fix a dumb typo or change something they said that may have been a little too rude in a comment. That’s right; after all this time, Facebook has finally implemented the ability to edit comments. Now, when a friend posts a picture and you accident type ” ” instead of “,” you can jump in and fix it. Before this Facebook update, if you wanted to edit a comment on Facebook you would have to click the “X” next to comments and delete it. Then, you could go back and post your comment again typed correctly.
Do you like to download a lot of addons in Firefox? Who doesn’t? They can make the browser do some fantastic things. They make life easier and more efficient. However, when you download too many, accessing them can be a real pain. Thankfully, Clean Addon Manager does exactly what its name implies. It cleans up […]
Do you prefer typing on your computer’s keyboard instead of your Android’s touchscreen? Maybe you have a job where you have to keep your phone tucked away and you still want to be able to text your friends and relatives. Whatever your reason for wanting to text from your computer, Zipwhip is an app that […]
Social networks are less about communicating with your friends and more about showing everyone how many people you know. Everyme believes that a social network should be a place to communicate with people you are actually friends with. When you share a status update, photo or video, it should be to people who are actually […]
Do you like to chat with your friends over instant messaging, but are concerned that unwelcome people may be able to find out where you are, what files you are sending and what you are saying? In this day and age, that is a valid concern. Thankfully, there is a program called TorChat that allows […]
Tumblr finally updated their iOS application and made it worth having on your device. Before this update, even the most dedicated Tumblr users had a hard time using the app. With this update, every detail of the user interface has been redone. Tumblr seems to have realized that their iPhone app was woefully behind the competition, and thankfully, they have taken the necessary steps to correct it.