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.
Apple releases iOS 9, bypassing Android passwords, Apple helps you Move to iOS, Amazon Prime subscribers get another freebie, Hulu adds picture-in-picture, and emojis in the wild.
Facebook likes Dislike buttons, Snapchat adds new features, Project Morpheus morphs into PlayStation VR, Square and Twitter help you donate to politicians, and Rockstar Games hates the BBC.
Microsoft teases Windows 10 devices, the dancing baby wins, the iPhone 6s is selling well, VLC and Plex apps land on the Apple TV, PewDiePie is on TV, and Cats vs. Zombies fight!
Discover eBay Plus, get Camera+ for free, Spotify found them first, Etsy gets into manufacturing, James Bond loves Sony products, and Jimmy Kimmel fools Apple fanboys.
Microsoft gets pushy about Windows 10, Google launches Android Pay to battle Apple Pay, Pokemon Go is a go, Miyamoto speaks the truth about Mario, and how a selfie stick almost decapitated a silly man.
It’s an all-Apple edition of Tech News Digest, with a look at everything Apple revealed at its latest event. Albeit minus the hype lumped in by other publications.
McAfee for President, the end of the Amazon Fire Phone, one-day passes for Pandora, Netflix pushes further into Asia, and Nicole Arbour, the woman who really hates fat people.
Blocking ads is bad for business, Netflix rejects offline viewing options, watch Disney Movies Anywhere, Steve Jobs garners great reviews, and Star Wars vs. Star Trek… again!
Bing promotes Edge, Pandora celebrates anniversary, hire drone operators using Droners, AI writes adventure stories, iPhones save lives, and hacking BB-8 from Star Wars.
There are plenty of mobile Web browsers out there to try, but which do you currently use for browsing on the go? Welcome to this week’s MakeUseOf Poll.
Google fixes Chrome, Mozilla launches Firefox for iOS, Google gets healthier, Cat Street View, Bieber breaks Spotify, and Sphero’s BB-8 droid arrives on Force Friday.
Hackers spy on babies, Google kills your curiosity, Hulu drops the ads, Cortana translates your nonsense, Obama loves selfie sticks, and an honest look at Metal Gear Solid.
Google brightens up its logo, Wikipedia breaks protection racket, Amazon Prime lets you download videos, Colbert voices Waze, CBS streams NFL, and Jimmy Kimmel makes enemies of gamers.
Apple makes move into movies, Apple powers Android Wear, Ashley Madison lives on, Giffiti adds GIFs, and the Back to the Future trilogy distilled down to its barest bones.
Chrome battles Flash, Notch hates being rich, Netflix becomes less Epix, T-Mobile limits your data, and Star Stuff explores the early life of Carl Sagan.
YouTube goes Gaming, Google recruits programmers, the invisible women of Ashley Madison, take the Free Reddit Check, and no one should want a virtual reality Facebook.
Galaxy Note 5 owners are stupid, Twitter protects politicians’ tweets, Netflix streams YouTube movies, Furry Friend generates cat purrs, and elders react to 3D printers.
Ashley Madison offers a reward, Cortana lands on Android, Russia rags on Wikipedia, Kadenze offers online courses, Rockstar Editor comes to consoles, and a mad ad for Madden NFL 16.
Amazon fires Flash, Spotify wants your data, test drive a new phone, HBO Now on Amazon Fire TV, Giphy Cam makes GIFs easier, and strangers play a real-life FPS on Chatroulette.
Google struggles to keep Project Ara together, Microsoft patches Internet Explorer, play Final Fantasy VII on iOS, Pocket Casts casts pods, find your Ashley Madison email, Kelly Clarkson sings Tinder.
Cheaters are outed on dark web, how to talk like Hawking, the U.S. keeps control of ICANN, invest in video games through Fig, watch Netflix from afar, and take selfies with zombies.
Google names Android 6.0, Google Hangouts gets own domain, age ratings for music videos, Project Ara gets delayed, Facebook revamps Notes, and the Nokia 3310 is hard as nails.
Net neutrality is still causing confusion, Siri saves lives, Amazon is soulless, Microsoft works on news-reading app, Darth Vader is a PS4 fan, and a father makes the best baby rocker of all time.