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 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.
Samsung announces new handsets, Dell unveils new Chromebook, Windows 10 on the Raspberry Pi, Donald Trump owns domain names, Fallout Shelter is available on Android, and eagles hate drones too.
Google invites Android Experiments, pro gamers tested for drugs, Russia hates Reddit, Sony unsure about Windows 10, Facebook doesn’t appreciate marauders, and the dangers of social media.
Ad-blockers are costing us all, Tinder denies hooking people up, Rdio adds radio stations, Hulu hates binge-watchers, vote for the next free PS Plus game, and Amazon tugs on our heartstrings.
Google learns its ABCs, the WalkCar improves on the skateboard, Plex for iOS gets better, how to win contests held on Twitter, and Benedict Cumberbatch is a grumpy thespian.
LOL is so old hat, Privacy Badger fights back, This Is My Jam archived, proof that typewriters suck, Yahoo advertises once more, and Tesla develops kinky robot charger.
Android is everywhere, anarchy in the UK, Windows 10 updates, Bing doesn’t do drugs, paying for Pornhub Premium, and Game of Thrones gets a retro gaming makeover.
Unmasking Mac malware, the Reddit racism row, Apple Music users, YouTube moves on from 301+, Destiny drops Dinklage, and The Human Torch drone.
Another disappointing hoverboard, endless printer ink, Apple Music makes the charts, Netflix plans more launches, proof that you are terrible at driving, and Homestar Runner loves Flash.
India blocks access, Amazon clamps down, Microsoft phones Windows 10, Periscope targets couch potatoes, Reddit experiences growth, and Bill Nye reads mean tweets.
Philadelphia ends HitchBOT, Google Glass makes return, Nokia sells HERE, Nvidia recalls Shield tablets, the GTA V RPG mod, and Zoolander 2 emerges from the Big Bang.
Microsoft needs Windows 10 to do well, especially as Windows 10 is likely to be the last version of Windows ever. So, on a scale of 1 to 5, how do you rate Windows 10?
Facebook has all the users, Sri Lanka connects to Google, Angry Birds 2 released, Amazon pushes the button, Microsoft adds ads to Solitaire, and The Last of McGyver.
Windows 10 has landed, Windows Updates begone, LinkedIn stops spamming, Twitch tackles trolling, Metal Captcha battles bots, and drone racing takes off.
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.