Dave Parrack is the Tech News writer and Entertainment editor at MakeUseOf. He hails from the UK, where he enjoys eating, drinking, and sleeping. Kinda like a cat.
Vine will cease to be on January 17th, to be replaced with Vine Camera. This will let you shoot short videos and share them to Twitter, but the Vine community will be gone forever.
You can now delete any messages you have sent using Telegram. Which should be of use to anyone who has ever sent a message while drunk or otherwise not thinking clearly.
Netflix has launched a new app dedicated to DVD rentals. Which are, apparently, still a thing. I know, we’re shocked too!
Amazon already sells used goods. However, the online retailer is now testing out new ways of letting us all sell used goods. Starting in India.
Valve has announced the best-selling Steam games of 2016. Pretty much every genre is covered, making this list a good introduction for anyone looking to start a Steam collection.
Twitter is considering letting you edit your own tweets. Although it’s unlikely to happen next week or next month, Twitter is at least considering the option.
iPhone and iPad
There’s a new iOS exploit doing the rounds that will render the Messages app on your iPhone unusable. Thankfully, there are a couple of workarounds…
Barnes and Noble’s Nook Tablet 7 may contain ADUPS, which is spyware capable of collecting and transmitting data back to China.
Fans of classic PC games are in for a treat, as Atari has released RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic on Android and iOS. This brings the classic RollerCoaster Tycoon games to mobile for the first time.
Wikipedia’s most popular articles offer a reminder of just what an odd year 2016 has been, with Death and Donald Trump being the most-edited articles over the past 12 months.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released PIXEL on PC and Mac. This means that anyone can enjoy the same experience even when switching from a Raspberry Pi to a PC or Mac.
Uber has built its business helping people get from one place to another place. However, it can now also get you from one place to another person.