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
This infographic will break down how much traffic sites like Google, Buzzfeed, and others actually see on a daily basis. The numbers are truly staggering.
This infographic shows you some of the most annoying things that happen in an open office. Do you do any of these, or do you have a coworker who does?
Choosing web hosting can be confusing. There’s so many companies out there offering so many different options, picking can be a daunting endeavor. How is one to decide?
The zombies are coming! The zombies are coming! No, not really. But in the spirit of the Halloween season, let’s just say they did. Would you be prepared?
Entrepreneurship has changed over time, of course, and this infographic breaks down how it has evolved over the years.
Does Borderlands The Pre-Sequel stack up the other games, or is it just a cash in on the franchise’s good name?
This infographic provides a fascinating look at some of the most famous first occurrences on the Internet and where we are today.
Hey you. Yeah you. What are you doing? Well, you should totally be watching the new episode of the Technophilia Podcast.
Are you finding that your Mac isn’t running as smoothly as it once was?
Where will crowdfunding go next? How will it change in the future? Check out the infographic for an interesting look at where it might go from here.
You like to save money, right? Of course you do, saving money is fantastic.
Do you spend a lot of time hanging out on the Internet? There’s no shame in it, we all do! But how much do you know about the Internet?
When you apply for a job, your résumé is one of the first things a potential employer uses to judge you.
A job interview is terrifying. Your future success is literally riding on how well you impress this person (or group of people) sitting across from you at the table.
How are smart devices able to not only listen to us, but actually learn from the things we say? It seems like magic, but it’s actually just some really powerful technology at work.