We love the Internet here at MakeUseOf, and are forever scouring it for the best of the Web. Find our picks for the best websites, tips and tricks, and popular trends across the WWW.
What if you wanted to get online without using a browser at all. Is it even possible? Let’s find out how the lack of a browser isn’t an obstacle.
You can use one of Gmail’s native features to cleverly get around the limitation of having only one signature per email account.
There’s a better and cleaner way to stay on top of your YouTube subscriptions: using RSS feeds.
Chrome now lets you automatically mute websites so you don’t have to put up with annoying videos. Here’s how it works.
You don’t always need to install an app for simple video editing. These five free online video editors can handle many video editing jobs without asking you to register.
Flixable has become the best way to browse the Netflix catalog.
The Settlers of Catan is among the most popular new board games in the world. These sites and apps can make your next play more fun.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are making us look at investments in a different way. Take one of these Udemy courses to learn Bitcoin basics expand your knowledge about digital currencies.
Facial recognition is another technology that will revolutionize our tomorrow. There are search engines that can find someone from their photo. We look at five such facial search engines today.
Google has released Chrome 64 to the stable channel for desktop users, and this update should help make browsing the web a lot less annoying.
Save money and shop better on Amazon with these sites and tools. This list will show you how to get the most out of every purchase when shopping on Amazon.
Google has started selling audiobooks on the Google Play Store. Google is keeping things simple, and offering Amazon some serious competition in the process.
DuckDuckGo’s bang feature is one of its most time-saving and handy tricks. Here are 25 useful DuckDuckGo bangs to get you started!
A reverse image search is great for locating the origins of an image on a webpage or tracking down the artist responsible for a cool photograph.
“Why does Google suck?” Google is popular but it is far from perfect. Let’s talk about poor design choices and functional failings of Google products.
Note-taking apps tend to add a whole lot of features. These simpler, uncomplicated notepad apps can actually make you more productive.
It isn’t enough to just dump videos in a slide and call it a day. The best presenters know these nifty video tricks when using Google Slides.
Yahoo Mail lets you sign into your account using only your phone. If you don’t want to worry about passwords, try it to make signing in easier than ever.
Gmail and Outlook are still dominant, but Yahoo Mail is getting better. The Gmail vs. Yahoo Mail battle might not be as one-sided as you think.
Even if you don’t use Google Plus, it’s still important to get right because this is the profile image that’ll be visible on Gmail, Google Calendar, and any other Google service.
If you’ve been paying attention, you know cord cutting is all the rage. But cord cutting isn’t for everyone, so “cord shaving” is starting to gain traction.
YouTube is introducing new rules for content creators. These could help make YouTube a better platform, but will also make it harder for anyone to make any money.
The Internet of Things continues to expand. Now, your fridge, coffee maker, and more are networked. But what do the best new IoT innovations of 2018 look like? Take a peek!
Google Calendar can help you let your team members know if you will be late for a meeting.