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 a new Easter egg for you to try out. And it involves Avengers Endgame, Thanos, and that pesky Infinity Gauntlet.
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If you’re constantly looking at your smartphone then Apple CEO Tim Cook has some advice to help you beat your iPhone addiction.
There are good things about social networking. Here’s our exploration of the positive effects of social media and why it’s good.
In Tech and Society with Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook CEO explores the effects technology is having on society.
Reddit is making it easier to follow what’s happening. This is thanks to two new tools called Events and Collections…
Microsoft appears to have backtracked on removing MS Paint from Windows. Because who needs Paint 3D anyway?!
Google Maps will now display the availability of EV charging ports, with realtime data helping you avoid unnecessary diversions.
SiriusXM has launched SiriusXM Essential. And as Essential is just for streaming, you no longer need to own a car to listen to SiriusXM.
If you own an Alexa-enabled device such as an Echo speaker you can now listen to Amazon Music for free (with a side of ads).
If you own a Google Home speaker (or another Google Assistant-powered speaker) you can now listen to YouTube Music for free.
Because of the devastating fire that ripped through Notre-Dame, Ubisoft is giving away Assassin’s Creed Unity on PC for free.
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan who wishes they could talk to dragons, you should learn how to speak High Valyrian using Duolingo.
Pandora users are gaining access to some of SiriusXM’s most popular talk shows, all of which will be available as podcasts.
Twitch has launched its first original game. It’s called Twitch Sings, and, as the name suggests, it’s a free karaoke game.
Disney has finally unveiled Disney+, its long-awaited streaming service. So here’s everything you need to know about Disney+.
The good news is YouTube TV is gaining eight new channels. The bad news is you’re going to have to pay for them whether you like it or not.
If you own a device running Android 7.0 or later, you can now use your phone as a security key, making 2FA more secure than ever.
Sony is finally letting you change your PSN name. So if you own a PS4 but are sick of your PSN name, here’s how to change it.
It’s painful when someone close to you dies. Which is why Facebook is making it as painless as possible to manage memorialized accounts.
Microsoft is changing the default removal policy for storage devices. Which means you no longer need to “safely remove hardware”.
Snap Games lets you play games on Snapchat with your friends. It’s free, it all happens in the app, and there’s nothing to install.
Microsoft is changing the way Windows 10 updates works, allowing users to choose if and when to download and install updates.
While Photoshop can only remove unwanted elements from still images, After Effects can now remove unwanted objects from videos.
If you’re tired of hearing the standard Google Assistant voice you can now make Google Assistant sound like John Legend.