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Also, the Microsoft Lumia 535, edit captions with new Instagram update, The Who goes mobile, and the hour-long World of Warcraft documentary.
Also, free Office 365 refunds, Shazam in movie theaters, Blizzard Overwatch, and Open Windows scares Internet users.
With so many options available, we want to know how you personally share your photos online. Welcome to this week’s MakeUseOf Poll.
Star Wars is back, with The Force Awakens due to be released on Dec. 18, 2015. Unhappy with the title, the Internet suggested its own alternatives…
Also, Taylor Swift hates Spotify, CBSN goes online, Scribd adds audiobooks, and riding the world’s first ice bike.
Also, a handheld Raspberry Pi games console, a new (old) Zelda game on the 3DS, and the true extent of iPhone 6 BendGate.
It’s time to get the gray matter working by deciding what you would film using a GoPro. Be creative, be adventurous, be a winner.
Also, GTA V goes first-person, Emoji gets less racist, Amazon Prime Photos, and Conan is clueless about CoD.
Geeks are people too. I am one, you’re probably one, and we’re a growing army that can no longer be ignored. Not even by Hollywood. Geek movies FTW!
Also, Taylor Swift dumps Spotify, Disney Movies on Android, Apple flies high with Beats, and the movie which looks like a video game.
Also, locating veins made easier, Google Play Books starts skimming, playing the Internet Arcade collection, and Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever.
Why pay several dollars per album when you can pay several dollars a month for access to thousands of albums? Hmm? Hmm? Answer!
Cats now own the Internet. And if you want to survive the upcoming catastrophe, you’d best be friends with the feline frenemies.
Also, Google reinvents bookmarks manager, France has drone trouble, Deadline predicts your death, and the perfect poster for Apple fanboys.