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.
Google has unveiled a bunch of new hardware, including the Pixel 3, the Pixel Slate, and the Home Hub.
Google is shutting down Google+, at least for consumers. This is due to low engagement levels, as well as a potential data leak.
Portal from Facebook is essentially a videophone as people from the 1960s predicted we would all be using by now…
In terms of snaffling internet data, Netflix has everyone else beaten. And video is the biggest drain on bandwidth overall.
With ridesharing apps taking the world by storm, Google is making it even easier to book a ride. And it’s all thanks to Assistant.
Nametag allows everyone on Instagram to create a personalized name tag that’s unique to them. Yes, just like Snapchat’s Snapcodes.
With the launch of Plex Web Shows, anyone with a Plex account can watch web shows on the Plex app. All for free, and on demand.
iPhone and iPad
Opera Touch is a mobile web browser designed to be used with one hand, and offering a host of mobile-friendly features.
it turns out there’s a full text adventure game lurking within the Google Search developer console… if you know how to find it.
Google Maps now boasts a dedicated Commute tab packed full of features designed to help commuters plan their route to work.
Microsoft is preparing to pull support for Skype Classic, officially known as Skype 7.0. And there’s nothing you can do about it.
Around 50 million Facebook users may have had their accounts accessed as part of a major security breach. Which isn’t good news.
Google wants to be the one tool to rule them all when it comes to vacation planning. And it’s getting closer by the day.
Amazon is continuing its push into bricks-and-mortar retail. This time with a new store in New York called Amazon 4-star.
Google is celebrating its 20th birthday, and, as is its style, the company is celebrating in a number of different ways…
PS4 owners can finally play Fortnite against gamers on other platforms, including the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Huzzah!
Google Maps’ new Group Planning feature should make planning an event much easier. Especially with a large group of people.
Professor Layton and the Curious Village, the first in this series of puzzle games, is now available on Android and iOS.
Mozilla has launched Firefox Monitor, which helps you discover when one of your passwords have been involved in a data breach.
Snapchat’s new tool, called Visual Search, lets you search Amazon by pointing your Snapchat camera at products in the real world.
Roku has launched two new devices—the Premiere and Premiere+—and they both provide 4K streaming for those on a budget.
If you’re a PlayStation Now subscriber you can now download games as well as stream them. Reliable internet connections be damned.
With Alexa and Cortana now getting on rather famously, Microsoft is upping the ante by adding Skype to the mix.
Spotify is now enabling independent artists to upload their own music to the streaming service.