Dave Parrack is a freelance writer from Manchester, England, with an unhealthy level of interest in technology and pop culture. You can connect with him at About.me now.
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Dave's Latest Posts
Nintendo consoles, new Russian Internet laws, cable TV bundles are a waste of time, Nintendo discriminates against gay relationships, Peekster bridges the gap, and a reminder for us all to Look Up.
What level of permanent discounting would make you more likely to go out and buy an Apple product over a rival brand?
Alibaba files for an IPO, Intel bets large on Chromebooks, the new Pwn Phone debuts, Shaq Fu is reborn, Destiny’s destiny is secured with a huge budget, and the UPS drone delivery mix-up.
We asked what you thought of Google+. Interestingly, the positive and negative comments were roughly equal.
#AmazonCart shopping on Twitter, Lenovo Chromebooks, new DuckDuckGo, Apple EarPods hoax, Rakesh Agrawal tweets, Oculus Rift MMO, Amplitude remake, and Star Wars auditions.
Kickstarter Consumer Protection, Netflix For The Blind, Win At Rock, Paper, Scissors [Tech News Digest]
Kickstarter backers get consumer protection, EFF tests Privacy Badger, the Pirate King of MMA gets sued, Netflix for the blind, Google Now parking, and how to win at Rock, Paper, Scissors.
Come into the insane world of Earth’s favorite podcast. If you’re not aware of Technophilia then you’re missing out. This beginners guide to Technophilia, is your open doorway into that world.
Microsoft patches Windows XP, Vine does a YouTube, Twitter experiments with muting, a Google Glass teardown, Amazon smartphone leaks, a real-life Dropbox, and the creator of Minecraft’s new game.
Facebook launches Anonymous Login, MacBook Air prices are slashed, Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is announced, YouTube adds branding intros, The Onion teases Clickhole, Coursera seeks translators, and a Canadian family lives on in 1986.
This is your opportunity to tell us whether you like or dislike the social network, whether or not you use it, and what you use it for.
Twitter flatlines, Firefox updates, MacBook Air cheapens, Xbox One lands, Udacity expands, and Vsauce measures.
The big takeaway from the discussion is that the number of options open to couch potatoes at this point in time is almost endless.
Google cars navigate cities, Microsoft owns Nokia, HP Android laptop, Secret expansion, BuzzFeed wants $1 billion, Joss Whedon’s In Your Eyes, and Oculus Rift demonstrates living with lag.
Internet Explorer flaw, government-built social networks, Netflix as a cable channel, ComiXology in-app purchases, Cortana hates children, a Codecademy makeover, and E.T. found in the desert.
Languages are forever evolving. Some new words and phrases are readily accepted into common parlance. Others remain confined to the Internet, where they are often overused to the point that they need to die.