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Protecting your online privacy and security seems to become more difficult with every month. Recent exploits like the Heartbleed bug have proven that even someone who diligently guards their own security isn’t invulnerable. A breach in your security usually doesn’t stay secret for long, however. Someone who has your account credentials for one or more […]
Celebrity endorsements are nothing new. There is one type of product, however, that’s become notorious for its epidemic of endorsements; headphones.
A job that might have been obscure is now a single Craigslist posting away from tens or hundreds of applications. To stand out you’ll need to refine your tactics – both old and new.
The iPad’s native Mail app isn’t for everyone, so here are some alternatives that you may prefer.
The battle against malware never ends. Updates are constantly be produced to keep up with new threats and, as a result, most anti-malware apps charge a yearly subscription fee. Paying every year can become tiresome, but it’s necessary if you want anything more than the basic protection free malware suites provide. Fortunately, we have a […]
Does trading in a game really make sense for you and your wallet? Or are you leaving money on the table by handing your used games over to a retailer?
Used electronics can be an amazing deal. You can also end up screwed, though, which is why it’s important to know what to look for when buying used electronics.
Not all games look good. Here are five fun games that’ve received strong reviews in spite of ugly graphics.
There was once a time when buying a cell phone was like buying a CD player. Over time, however, phones have become miniature computers – and the specifications are nearly as complex as a PC’s.
While hardcore gamers often buy a HDTV computer for their living room, most gamers can’t afford two gaming rigs. Here are a few ways you can stream games from your existing desktop or laptop PC to your television.
The Elder Scrolls Online, is now live for players in North America and Europe. It promises open, multiplayer gameplay, but it sells for full retail with a subscription fee. Is it worth it?
Microsoft threw its hat in the anti-virus arena in 2009 with Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), a tool that runs on Windows XP, 7 and 8. The move received early praise, as it seemed strange that the company had gone so long without providing even the most basic anti-virus protection, and early tests showed MSE to […]
Can you no longer boot into Windows due to low disk space? You can easily free up space without booting into the operating system by using the right tools. We show you how.
One of our favorite programs here at MakeUseOf is Rewards, which gives our readers the chance to earn free software simply by sharing articles with friends. Every now and then we like to give a bit extra, however, with a special hardware reward aimed at our most loyal fans. Well, guess what; it’s time for […]
Here are six titles you can spend hours playing for only $1.