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.
Kaspersky is launching a free version of its award-winning antivirus software worldwide. Kaspersky Free offers the most basic protection for free for anyone and everyone who wants it.
Adobe has announced it’s killing Flash. This is it, with Flash going away for good. No comebacks, no last-minute reprieves, gone but not forgotten.
Your robot vacuum cleaner could be mapping your home. And the company who manufactured your robot vacuum cleaner could be planning to sell your floor plans to the highest bidder.
Microsoft Paint is officially being killed off, with Microsoft deprecating the program with the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Rest In Peace, Microsoft Paint: 1985-2017.
Google has ventured outside the confines of Earth’s atmosphere for the first time, turning Google Street View into Google Space View. Albeit with a little help from some astronauts.
If you own a device powered by a Clover Trail Atom processor then you’re never going to be able to upgrade beyond the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. And that’s final.
Google has released Google Play Protect, a security suite designed to keep your Android safe. Play Protect resides on your handset, scanning your device around the clock.
Christopher Nolan isn’t a fan of Netflix. Especially when it comes to the streaming giant’s attitude to making movies. Should we care? Should Netflix care? Should Nolan keep his opinions to himself?!
Nintendo has released Switch Online, the mobile app that will enable Switch owners to game online. Just don’t expect it to actually work yet…
Google is making the Google app most of us have on our phones much more useful. And it’s all thanks to “the Feed”…
Netflix has announced its latest financials, but before you click away for fear of being bored, there’s some rather interesting information buried in the Q2, 2017 earnings.
Google Glass is back, and with a much more sensible target audience than before. The consumer edition is dead in the water, but Google is now focusing its attention on businesses.
If you were involved in the Ashley Madison hack of 2015 you may be due some compensation. Unfortunately, this isn’t going to make you rich.
This past weekend, TouchPal started showing ads on HTC smartphones. This doesn’t sound all that bad, until you discover that TouchPal is the default keyboard app on HTC smartphones.
Google Play Music now recommends new music to you via a station called New Release Radio. This station offers up new music Google thinks you’ll enjoy.
Which companies have our backs and which would sell us out at the first sign of trouble? The Electronic Frontier Foundation has the answer…
People will believe anything they read on social media these days. And so the legend of Jayden K. Smith, hacker extraordinaire, has taken hold. And it’s your duty to stop it.
Google Play can now make the blackest blacks look blacker and the whitest whites look whiter. But these HDR offerings don’t come cheap…
Apple is finally playing nicely with PayPal by allowing its users to set PayPal as their payment method. Is this Apple actually ceding a little bit of control?!
Microsoft has officially pulled the plug on Windows Phone, having ended all support for Windows Phone 8.1. There is still Windows 10 Mobile, but Microsoft doesn’t seem to care about that either.
Twitter has added another new tool designed to help stop trolls in their tracks. And this one only takes seconds to set up.
Windows Insiders can now download and install Ubuntu onto Windows 10. This brings Linux and Windows together in an unholy union few ever imagined they’d live long enough to witness.
Microsoft has unveiled Microsoft 365, a new offering for businesses which brings together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security. Which should help prevent IT departments from losing their minds.
The Oculus Rift VR headset is now more affordable than ever. This is thanks to the Facebook-owned Oculus VR temporarily reducing the price of the Rift plus Touch controllers.