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.
Before we can look forward to a lighter, brighter future for Microsoft under Satya Nadella, we should take a look back over the company’s 40 year history. By choosing our favorite Microsoft products.
Project CARS is a new driving game in a field already packed full of serious contenders. Can it hold its own in such a crowded genre? Read our review to find out.
Verizon buys AOL, Facebook starts publishing, Microsoft starts translating, TunnelBear extends to Chrome, Domino’s delivers via emoji, and Conan O’Brien plays The Witcher 3.
Google car accidents, CHIP gets Kickstarted, the end of Mad Men, Giphy for Gmail, block the Kardashians, and that Leeroy Jenkins video is still worth watching.
Windows 10 is IT, Skynet exists, Amazon drones on about patents, posting negative reviews online, Harry Potter author tackles trolls, and an honest game trailer for Mortal Kombat X.
Nintendo makes money, Sony sounds off, Spotify chases video, Stan Lee loves YouTube, color-blind Chrome, and a video showing Siri being your mom.
3D-printed guns, Snake on smartphones, Reddit’s Original Video, the Oculus Rift slips to 2016, Swatch gets smartwatches, and Verne Troyer destroys an Apple Watch.
Grooveshark makes a comeback, Skype and Sky face off, GOG Galaxy now open to all, a reminder to read the small print, why Joss Whedon quit Twitter, and the Apple Watch Hand counters tattoos.
Apple attacks Spotify, Microsoft prepares Lumias, Google+ mimics Pinterest, Tesla sells used cars, Ryan Gosling eats cereal, and kids react to the Apple Watch.
Microsoft kills fan favorite, Periscope fights for streaming, WikiLeaks wants to know your secrets, Instagram loves emoji, Samsung gives Apple the Edge, and Jar Jar Binks ruins Star Wars again.
Twitter users recently turned the plots of their favorite books into clickbait, and you won’t believe what happened next…
Tesla Energy lives, Grooveshark dies, Microsoft knows how old you are, Night Terrors invades your home, download P.T. from PlayStation Store, and elders react (badly) to Mortal Kombat X.
Microsoft has the Edge, Windows 10 is huge, Secret gets shut, embed MS-DOS games in tweets, make money from Silent Hills, and watch Michael Bay get shown up by an amateur filmmaker.
Grounded by malfunctioning iPads, Google purchases patents, Dropbox adds comments, Star Wars games land on Steam, stream Seinfeld on Hulu, and the Apple Watch gets blended.
Apple enacts planned obsolescence, Acer loves PCs, Valve admits defeat, make video calls through Facebook Messenger, play as a girl in Minecraft, and the five stages of watching Marvel movies.
Swiss delivery drones, Valve sells mods, Apple bans farting, Jay Z defends Tidal, Silent Hills goes silent, and HTC is the cure to Apple’s iOS operating system.
The Avengers are back, this time doing battle against a murderous AI. But is The Avengers: Age of Ultron worth watching? Read our spoiler-free review below to find out.
Apple Watch arrives, YouTube turns 10, Twitter launches Highlights, Snapchat suffers bug, Telltale loves Marvel, and Downton Abbey is better with lightsabers.
You’d do well to give Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection, which is now available on a range of digital platforms, a very wide berth. Here’s why.
Google Project Fi, AdBlock Plus in Germany, Facebook IDs callers, Apple Watch gets fashionable, Tidal discovers Indie, and J.J. Abrams kicks off the Twizzler Challenge.
Facebook changes things up, Twitter tackles the trolls, YouTube stops working, Vine shares the love, celebrity Apple Watches, and the Age of Ultron trailer recreated in LEGO.
Windows 10 set for July, Google goes mobile-friendly, Nokia is coming back, how to download your Google Search history, help search for the Loch Ness Monster, and the best fake GoPro ad ever made.
Netflix fights piracy with pricing, Norway kills FM radio, Match.com is shown to be dumb, Google searches Find My Phone, and Matthew McConaughey reacts to the new Star Wars trailer.
Google supports XP, uTorrent stops mining, Apple Watch is unavailable, switch from Spotify to Tidal, play the net neutrality game, and enjoy the new Star Wars trailer.