Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor. He loves games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing them! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below. Check out his podcast on Twitch.
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Dave's Latest Posts
There’s a skill to making an infographic, and it goes beyond just general graphic design.
How often do people just give up a few months in (or even less in some cases)?
Most of us carry a smartphone around in our pocket without really thinking twice about just how impressive it is.
How would you like to take your tinkering skills to the next level with an Arduino?
#Hashtags aren’t just for annoying people on social media.
When something becomes popular, you’ll tend to see other people adopting and tweaking a design principle to suit their needs.
What if movies cars were given a little tweak to make them look like real cars, but with the parts that still make them special?
How do people pay for the presents they buy? How much does the average Christmas shopper spend? How many Christmas trees are farmed each year?
There’s no shortage of boxes that connect to a TV for watching media, but the latest to hit the market is from VidOn. At a super low price of $69, does it perform?
How would Santa do if he went head-to-head with Batman and Iron Man?
At first glance it’s just a tree with some lights and decorations on it, but there’s some fascinating facts about them that you didn’t even know that you wanted to know.
What started as a place for users to share images with filters is now… well technically it’s still that, but now it’s that with millions and millions of users.
Check out this handy infographic that offers 10 tips you can use to make sure your home is safe during the holiday season!
Drones are everywhere. Well, not really, but as word gets out about this awesome deal from StackSocial, they will be.
We all love sharing things on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. But there’s some things that are better off left private.