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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Project Ara is happening, Apple ends support for Snow Leopard, Nintendo ends support for online multiplayer on Wii and DS, Sony to close most stores, Facebook retires email service, and retro games invading Adam Sandler.
Every single one of these websites and apps was created by people like you and I. And we suck for not getting there first.
Bitcoin exchange MtGox offline, Google lobbies Glass driving legislation, dual-screen YotaPhone 2 debuts, buy BBM for $19 billion, Twitch streaming for Xbox One, Gmail adds an ‘Unsubscribe’ button, and Paramount stops the Top Gun tweets.
Whether on computer or console, handheld or home system, these are the titles you gaggle of geeks are desperate to get your hands on.
Samsung unveils Galaxy S5, Nokia X is revealed, WhatsApp announces free voice services, Google rumored to be working on a smartwatch, Xbox One gets first price cut, and selfies may spread head lice.
Netflix and Comcast deal, Windows Phone 8.1 leaks, Sony launches PlayStation 4 in Japan, Microsoft cuts price of Windows 8.1, WhatsApp goes down, new Google Maps emerges from beta, LinkedIn introduces blocking, and Silicon Valley gets TV show.
These are some of the catchiest songs ever uploaded to YouTube. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to listen to them all once more and decide the catchiest of them all.
Facebook buying WhatsApp, Google launches Project Tango, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks, Microsoft takes wraps off the Xbox One Media Remote, Steve Jobs getting postage stamp, and Wikipedia could become a real set of encyclopedias.
Facebook buys WhatsApp, FCC responds to the loss of ‘net neutrality’, SkyDrive becomes OneDrive, Yahoo wants its own Siri, Apple is interested in Tesla, and Samsung mocks Apple in its latest set of television commercials.
Take to the comments to let us know what future game you would choose to play above all others!
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear hardware, Forbes was hacked, Edward Snowden elected student rector at Glasgow University, Candy Crush powering King’s IPO, Irrational Games gets dissolved, and Google reminds us all to stop being Glassholes.
Facebook looks set to be with us for some time yet. Oh joy.
Google acquires SlickLogin, Dropbox unblocked in China, Rock Band creator’s shooter, Spotify prepares IPO, Back To The Future Power Laces possible, Twitch Plays Pokemon is pure madness, and return your VHS video rentals.
Apple is cleared of misrepresenting Siri, Google and Apple stop Flappy Bird clones, Titanfall beta opened to all, Kickstarter hacked, Barack Obama isn’t tweeting, Ken Burns documentaries on iPad, and Sesame Street Fighter revealed.
Few mobile games enter into the collective consciousness of the mainstream in the way Flappy Bird has done. It passes into Internet folklore, but these videos will help to preserve its virality.