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.
The unimportance of Google+, the OnePlus 2 arrives, eBay Now is no more, Steve Jobs is The Man In the Machine, and everything wrong with Super Mario Bros.
Best Buy sells the Apple Watch, China lifts ban on consoles, Twitter fails to laugh at stolen jokes, Triller makes music videos, mapping Grand Theft Auto V, and that drone rescuing another drone.
Crunch time has arrived, with Microsoft releasing Windows 10 to the world on July 29th, 2015. The question is, will Windows 10 succeed or fail?
Apple Beats school, the return of Flickr Pro, Dmail deletes emails, Discographer completes your collection, Bethesda drops a Fallout bombshell, and the real Shot on iPhone 6 ads.
Microsoft gets revenge, Twitch wounds Flash, YouTube fixes vertical videos, YouTube adds archive footage, Hollywood films emoji, and Neil deGrasse Tyson explains everything.
Jet targets Amazon, Streamus stops streaming, Ninja Cat saves the day, StreamSquid loves Grooveshark, Wii U cannot handle Project CARS, and Amazon announces Prime Day 2016.
Spam be gone, making money making GoPro videos, update Windows now, Spotify sends playlists, FIFA 16 covers female players, and a genius Star Wars/Mad Max mashup.
Selling Windows 10 to babies, Hackers vs. Cheaters, HitchBOT goes on a road trip, Stephen Colbert gets text adventurous, and Doom gets its Inception moment.
We want to know what you think about Adobe Flash, and, in particular, whether you think Flash needs to die. Welcome to this week’s MakeUseOf Poll.
Windows 10 on a stick, the great Reddit quarantine of 2015, Angry Birds 2, a free Wilco album for all, Jeb Bush talks tech, and a Jedi has fun with a GoPro.
Amazon Prime Day disappoints, Neil Young throws toys out of pram, Twitter dashes off an update, Netflix grows in 2015, and a scarily good zombie short.
Facebook channels James Bond, Android encounters C64 games, Google protects Drive contents, Siri streams sound effects, Emmy voters receive Chromecasts, and behind the scenes at Google.
Facebook bashes Flash, Apple scrubs those stains, Walmart launches Black Friday 2, Nintendo suffers a real loss, Spotify maps the world, and R5-D4 ends it all.
Facebook feeding frenzy, Apple Watch fails, Apple operating system betas, Flix Plus improves Netflix, Logitech dumps tech, and the best reaction to winning an Xbox One of all time.
Get Star Wars on your mobile, watch South Park on Hulu, avoid Spotify on iTunes, hard-wire your Chromecast, pirate the music of David Guetta, and beware the vagaries of time travel.
From Facebook sinning to Facebook winning, Russian selfie safety, original Netflix movies, verified Tinder profiles, a Tossup between friends, and PewDiePie talks money.
Twitter brings balloons, Reddit retaliates, the Story Mode of Minecraft, a free anti-NSA font, PewDiePie’s millions, and the Fresh Prince discovers GTA V.
XP expires, Greece struggles to pay, Microsoft announces Minecraft for Windows 10, Amazon promises Prime Day, Lifetime launches online video, and a floppy version of The Star-Spangled Banner.
The great Windows 10 roll-out, the Reddit revolt, the Plex forum hack, the Prince streaming silliness, the Bing Pong palaver, and the Apple fanboy fiddle.
Google makes an embarrassing error, Facebook battles YouTube, PayPal buys Xoom, visit an exclusive website, a Beats 1 Spotify playlist, and Steve Jobs.
Apple Music arrives, help bail out Greece, Gmail adds emoji, play Tiny Twitch, Oliver Stone teases Edward Snowden, and Siri divides zero by zero.
New Google Earth features, PayPal makes house calls, AC/DC starts streaming, Pokemon Shuffle on mobile, and Super Mario makes an Unreal appearance.
Selfie sticks are doomed, drone target practice, iOS 9 updates, the BBC never forgets, Music Player for Reddit and Adolf Hitler reacts to Tinder rejections.
Satya Nadella rallies the troops, Apple dictates to developers, Microsoft Office lands on Android, Tumblr TV shows nothing but GIFs, Amazon keeps on trucking, and four hours of reactions to Final Fantasy 7 Remake.