Justin Dennis

Joined June 2013

Justin is a blogger, college student, tech nerd, soccer lover, and indie author of several young adult fantasy novels. Connect with him on his jdennis@makeuseof.com

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How To Run Android Apps in Chrome on Mac / Linux / Windows

13th October, 2014

It’s now possible to run Android apps in the Chrome browser — it just takes a little bit of work.

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Pros & Cons Of A Windows 8 Tablet Vs. A Touchscreen Laptop

6th October, 2014

Windows 8 is a gift for touchscreen users. But some people prefer non-touch devices. Which option is right for you? It depends on what exactly you’re looking for.

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Manage Start Screen Tiles & Modern Apps Like A Pro

30th September, 2014

Some things take time to grow on you. The Windows 8 Start Screen is one of them. I bet you’ll appreciate it more after learning about these tips and tricks.

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Installing Chrome On Windows 8: Everything You Need To Know

25th September, 2014

Installing Chrome on Windows 8 isn’t as simple as you might think. Let’s run through a few of the choices you have and issues you might run into while trying to install it.

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Post-It To Your Screen – 6 Sticky Note Apps For Windows

20th September, 2014

Post-its on your desktop or Start Screen can be extremely helpful for remembering small but important amounts of information. Stop cluttering up your desk and go digital with these fantastic sticky note apps.

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Top 10 Emerging Technologies That Are Changing The World

15th September, 2014

From agriculture to medicine to energy, advancements are being made every day. Learn a little bit about these 10 emerging technologies that could directly affect your life within the next few years.

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How To Find Awesome Gaming Conventions In Your Area

7th September, 2014

Gaming conventions, which can range from tiny local get-togethers to massive national events like E3 or GenCon, are a unique opportunity for gamers. Read on to learn how you can stay in the know about all your gaming convention options.

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7 Ways The Wii U Is Better Than The Xbox One And PS4

2nd September, 2014

While the battle between the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One rages on, a third competitor watches from the sidelines: the Wii U.

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Are Retina/Iris Scanners The Next Level Of Mobile Security?

18th August, 2014

Rumors are swirling that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could have a retina or iris scanner built-in. Sounds like a science fiction movie, but these kinds of personalized locking mechanisms aren’t always perfect.

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4 Free Android Apps You Need When You’re At Disneyland

14th August, 2014

Disneyland is huge, and you’re most likely going to be walking all day. Make your life a little bit easier with these free apps.

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What Is USB Type-C?

12th August, 2014

Ah, the USB plug. It is as ubiquitous now as it is notorious for never being able to be plugged in right the first time.

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Kindle Unlimited — Is It Really Worth It?

3rd August, 2014

Amazon’s rumored “Netflix for books” service is finally here: Kindle Unlimited. In theory, it sounds fantastic. But is it all that it is hyped up to be?

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GravityBox Vs XBlast: Which Is The Best All-Purpose Xposed Module?

29th July, 2014

Out of the two great all-purpose Xposed modules for customizing your rooted Android device, which is the best?

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Enhance Your Android Notification Experience With Floatify

28th July, 2014

For an improved notification system that pops out at you, check out Floatify.

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Top Six Best Features Of The OnePlus One — And One Drawback

25th July, 2014

I’ve been living with the OnePlus One for a few weeks now, and it’s amazing, but it’s not perfect. Let’s run through some of the best features — and one downside.