Dave Parrack is a British writer with a fascination for all things tech. With over 10 years experience writing for online publications, he's now a Deputy Editor at MakeUseOf.
There are some dumb people making dumb videos. And YouTube is now cracking down on those doing dangerous challenges and pranks.
Collection #1 contains hundreds of millions of email addresses and passwords. So it’s time to check Have I Been Pwned again…
Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 on January 14, 2020, and at that point Windows 7 will become increasingly unsafe to use.
Netflix is raising its prices again, and this time it’s the biggest price hike in Netflix’s history.
Everyone knows the standard resolutions, but some people think outside the box and make bizarre New Year’s resolutions instead.
Google Chrome already protects users from the worst elements of the web. And now Chrome will filter out the worst online ads too.
A stock photo of an egg has become the most-liked Instagram post of all time. And it knocked Kylie Jenner off the top spot.
By using Google’s new activity cards, you’ll be able to build up a repository of research over time.
IMDb Freedive will offer a range of Hollywood movies and highly rated TV shows, all completely for free. With ads, of course.
Windows 10’s Reserved Storage should ensure Windows Updates complete successfully without you having to delete programs and files.
You’ll now be able to read DC Comics titles using ComiXology Unlimited, Kindle Unlimited, and Prime Reading. Which is awesome.
Google has launched Doodle for Google 2019, with the theme of “When I grow up, I hope…” And there are some amazing prizes.
DuckDuckGo has been forced to deny accusations it’s using browser fingerprinting to track its users.
Netflix is proud of Bird Box. However, it’s not so keen on the Bird Box Challenge, which has people walking around blindfolded.
Roku is adding Premium Subscriptions to The Roku Channel. This means you can watch both free and paid content in one place.
Steam’s catalog of games is so large it’s difficult to keep track of what’s hot. However, this list of top sellers should help…
Apple has released six exclusive, celebrity-narrated audiobooks just for Apple Books users. And they’re all available for free.
If you think you have your finger on the pulse of popular culture you should play Google’s Game of the Year for 2018.
Lemmings has finally arrived on mobile! Unfortunately, the free-to-play with in-app purchases model stops it from being fun.
Snapchat has launched a range of lenses for dogs. And to coincide with the update, Snapchat is better at recognizing dog faces.
Google has launched a new progressive web app called Canvas that lets you draw doodles without needing to install anything.
Snapchat has launched Lens Challenges. These are designed to create trends, and are a challenge to the increasingly popular TikTok.
Tidal has launched My Mix. These are curated playlists personalized for each user. So, Spotify’s Daily Mix by another name.
Twitter has been working on a way of letting users switch between a chronological timeline and a ranked timeline. And it’s finally ready…