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.
Twitter desperately wants to be Facebook, how selfies kill more people than sharks, Microsoft fixes InPrivate Edge browsing, a collection of Windows 3.1 shareware, and how Star Wars: The Force Awakens should have ended.
Intel prevents you from overclocking its CPUs, Google bans Flash ads completely, Microsoft reveals Windows 10 changes, Google protects your emails, and Space Invaders is even more fun in real life.
Twitter launches another fight against harassment, Super Bowl 50 sets streaming record, switch between multiple Instagram accounts, get 2GB of Google Drive storage, and the fastest mobility scooter in the world.
The Pirate Bay streams movies, Twitter is evolving into Facebook, Facebook usurps Kevin Bacon, The Malware Museum travels back in time, and Tim Cook sells the iPhone camera short.
Error 53 can kill your iPhone, Google uses ads to deter terrorism, Yahoo Games is no more, The Frinkiac is a search engine for The Simpsons, and the robot golfer who scored a hole-in-one.
How to get Google Fiber for free, Facebook invents Friends Day, Amazon brings Alexa to the Fire TV, original YouTube programming is coming soon, and a legitimate reason to own a drone, finally.
Amazon plans brick-and-mortar stores, Donald Trump is a Loser.com, Microsoft acquires SwiftKey, your Kindle is due a new update, and LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets an amazing trailer.
Microsoft recommends you get Windows 10, Alphabet overtakes Apple, Gmail and WhatsApp both join the 1 billion+ users club, Bill Gates chooses his favorite songs of all time, and this Dutch eagle eats drones for breakfast.
Microsoft Edge is storing your private data, Facebook stops users selling guns to each other, Lonely Planet offers free travel guides, Netflix brings Gilmore Girls back to life, and The Fine Brothers are losing subscribers.
Windows Phone sales are laughably small, Amazon rumored to be targeting Spotify, Apple recalls 12 years-worth of power adapters, Netflix gets blocked in Indonesia, and The Angry Birds Movie in all its glory.
Google improves Chrome for iOS, Malwarebytes protects you from ransomware, Oracle finally kills the Java plugin, Google Play embraces positivity, and Paul Rudd and Stephen Hawking play quantum chess.
Apple moves beyond the iPhone, Foursquare plans your next vacation, GoPro and Periscope are a match made in Heaven, the Microsoft executive caught using an iPhone, and a rapper and a physicist argue about science.
Spotify finally adds video clips, Twitter VIPs saved from ads, Google+ is no longer required, tour the Guggenheim Museum for free from home, and watch Pokemon invade the Super Bowl.
Your Facebook friends don’t really care, the most popular Vines of 2015, Skype hides your IP address, Tinder acknowledges STDs exist, and the robot that can solve a Rubik’s Cube in one second.
The big difference between Google Play and the App Store, Netflix blocks the unblockers, Google tries to serve better ads, get The Witcher 2 for free, and the day Darth Vader got attacked by a dog.
A reminder that Netflix prices are going up, YouTube shows Super Bowl ads early, Microsoft recalls Surface Pro power cables, HBO is travelling to Spain, and a real-life lightsaber fight… kinda.
Microsoft launches Minecraft Educational Edition, Apple raises the price of its apps, Friends Reunited is shutting down, Netflix now has 75 million users, and a Star Wars fan film actually worth watching.
People keep using terrible passwords, WhatsApp is now completely free, AOL is considering changing its name, Valve approves of a fan-made Half-Life game, and The Boy With a Camera for a Face.
New computers won’t support old Windows, Apple hides iTunes Radio behind a paywall, Penthouse Magazine cannot compete with Internet porn, EA gives something away for free, and Kylo Ren is the Undercover Boss.
The least surprising list of all time, Netflix hates you and your VPN, a popular app suddenly becomes very unpopular, Wikipedia turns 15 today, and Jimmy Kimmel brings The X-Files up to date.
Microsoft details how to stop Windows 10 nagging, European employees can legally snoop on private messages, YouTube returns to Pakistan, Twitter stock continues to drop, and Snoop Dogg isn’t happy with Xbox Live outage.
PC sales are still in decline, EA wants (even more of) your money, VLC gets ported to Apple TV, Amazon Prime users get discounts on games, and how Pixar borrows scenes from other movies.
Elon Musk reveals the truth about Apple, Tinder knows how desirable you are, Amazon is launching a portable Echo, Netflix may ditch the ratings, and the tribute David Bowie would have wanted.
The most-read Wikipedia entries of 2015, how streaming beat downloads in 2015, the end of Windows 8, Sony tries to trademark the term “Let’s Play”, and how a simple mod makes GTA V more entertaining.