Yaara (@ylancet) is a freelance writer, tech blogger and chocolate lover, who's also a biologist and a full-time geek. Find her also at lnct.org.
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Have you installed iOS 7 on your Android yet? No? Well, that’s probably for the best, but it doesn’t mean you can’t get your chance to enjoy the iOS 7 look without an iPhone.
Are you a regular Wikipedia contributor? Did you ever edit an article? Or do you just use it to read? Let’s find out.
Slowly, without us noticing, the future has arrived.
Each of us consumes their news differently, and one fantastic way to do so is Circa.
The Mini Jambox is the latest and greatest in a line of Jawbone Bluetooth speakers, and as such, we had to take it for a spin and see what it’s all about.
Recently, we asked you how many friends you have on Facebook. It’s now Google+’s turn. Before we know it, Google+ just could be the social network everyone is using. Or could it?
Android KitKat is out, and there’s no way you’ve missed it. But should you care? Why, yes, yes you should.
Mailbird Pro currently costs $9 per year at pre-order, and will costs $12/year after the version’s full launch. But you now have a chance to get a whole year for free!
You wake up in the morning, and a smartphone fairy presents you with a choice. You can either have the iPhone 5s or the Nexus 5, for free. Which phone would you choose?
#instagood, #l4l, #f4f, #photooftheday, #igers… what’s up with all these hashtags? The least you can do to ease your suffering is to learn what all these hashtags mean.
We received a pre-production unit of the EverDock Duo for testing, and see if the impossible — having a small and slick dock that can charge both iOS and Android devices — is actually possible.
Can you zip open your face? Can you look like a zombie? With some inspiration, you can. And we’ve found this inspiration for you, along with some great tutorials that can take you there.
There’s a surprising number of ways to dress up your Apple products for Halloween.
There’s one thing about iOS 7 that’s almost universally liked: it’s clean and uncluttered. Tweet7 is a Twitter client made especially for iOS 7, following its flat and clean design rules.
It’s almost a year since Twitter launched Vine. Was Vine just a short-term gimmick, or are you still using it actively without all the noise? Let’s see where MakeUseOf’s readers stand.