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.
Bethesda opens E3, Google gives away free apps, YouTube takes on Twitch, countering crowdfunding corruption, and Grand Theft Auto scores a Full House.
BlackBerry loves Android, net neutrality rules, Twitter invents email, Voat for Reddit, the Steam Summer Sale, and why friends beat selfie sticks.
TiVo Online launches for Web browsers, Reddit bans the haters, Spotify battles back against Apple Music, Twitter shares its block lists, and teenagers play Contra badly.
Baidu drives itself forward, Elon Musk makes games, eBay gives to charity, Instagram gets a makeover, Shia LaBeouf extends to Chrome, and Steve Jobs hates Apple Music.
Apple Music arrives at last, the United States Army gets hacked, Uwe Boll’s Kickstarter rage, Pizza Hut Blockbuster Box movies, and Grand Theft Auto V in real life.
Skype for Web, Amazon books Audible, Popcorn Buzz calls groups, Tumblr GIF searches, Netflix expands into Europe, and dumb robots fall over like dumb dumb dummies.
Yahoo kills things, Facebook dumbs down, PayPal calls you, Google Maps goes diving, video games get inducted, and The Drone invents a new horror genre.
Yahoo streams the NFL, Skype fixes character bug, Bethesda trails Fallout 4, Apple recalls Beats, Hound battles Siri and Cortana, and Geralt of Rivia steals The Witcher 3.
Google counts calories, Amazon ships potatoes, Steam offers refunds, Caitlyn Jenner tweets, Bethesda teases Fallout 4, and Bing launches its own self-driving car.
Google+ shunted to the sidelines, Google privacy settings, Facebook threats are fine, LEGO Worlds channels Minecraft, BlackBerry prevents Typo, and the FIFA official who doesn’t understand satire.
Windows 10 release, Amazon Kindle Kids, The NSA stops spying, FIFA 16 female players, Enrique fingers drone, and Kung Fury brings back the 1980s.
WTF Emoji Clickbait, Lenovo Casts its line, Google Play age ratings, Facebook meets Harry Potter, a Humble Nindie Bundle for Nintendo fans, and the music video which finds your finger.
The Internet population hits 3 billion, Facebook adds restaurant reviews, Cortana comes to Android and iOS, thieves steal from the IRS, Periscope lands on Android, and watch someone watch someone watch Non-Stop Nyan Cat.
Ive got a new job, Amazon pays tax, Microsoft leaks music, Google+ loses Photos, Iron Man loves Samsung, and Call of Duty fans battle Master Chief from the Halo games.
Android resets don’t delete data, Amazon Handmade targets Etsy, Instagram emails Highlights, Spaces expands Google Chrome, Pac-Man embraces his past, and Mario Kart: Fury Road makes Max mad.
Microsoft modifies Outlook, AdultFriendFinder data leaks, Internet Health Test, Need for Speed, Intellivision on Kickstarter, and the dangers of selfie sticks.
Trust is eroding, Spotify ups entertainment value, NewsGIF sums up stories, Google Maps is racist, Seinfeld dates Hulu, and Germany advertises beer to women.
The Pirate Hydra, idiotic smartphone driving, BlackBerry keeps on keeping on, Apple gets greedy, transfer funds with MasterCard Send, and how Transformers ruin everything.
It’s a travesty that games which people adored to the point of addiction were abandoned after one solitary outing. It’s time someone did something about this. Namely, us.
Smartphone school ban, Obama tweets, Google mines public photos, YouTube Kids for adults, Anderson Cooper is a ClickHole, and how to schedule your poops.
Piracy never pays, hacking for air miles, Google drives itself, an online cat simulator, Michael Fassbender is Steve Jobs, and the musical fart enjoyed by millions.
Smartphones are now an unavoidable part of the world. Even if you don’t own one, you’ll find yourself exposed to them. The question is, are smartphones good or bad for society?
Smartphones are bad OK, Candy Crush comes to Windows 10, Reddit finally tackles harassment, Rdio Select lowers prices, and the trippiest 3D music video you’re ever likely to see.
Windows 10 versions, AOL Internet subscribers, Wal-Mart copies Amazon, Wolfram identifies images, Type Drummer makes music, and if social networks started dating.