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 has launched two new apps, Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier, for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Paid subscribers can now listen to YouTube Music on a Sonos speaker. Giving them another streaming music service to consider…
We already knew Google+ was shutting down, but we now know exactly when and how Google+ will be disappearing from our lives.
Netflix has a higher number (and a higher percentage) of movies Certified Fresh than Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and HBO Now…
If you play Fortnite on your smartphone you can now use a controller. Which should help level the playing field for mobile gamers.
Apple is fixing a FaceTime bug that allows you to eavesdrop on people. In the meantime, you should disable FaceTime altogether.
Facebook is shutting down Moments due to a total lack of interest. In fact, it appears most people didn’t even know it existed.
Facebook is planning to merge Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram. This would allow the messaging apps to work seamlessly together.
Amazon is testing a fleet of autonomous delivery robots. And Amazon appears to believe Scout is the future of home deliveries.
Hulu is getting cheaper for some, while getting more expensive for others. It all depends on what tier you’re using…
Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS now comes with NewsGuard built-in. NewsGuard ranks sites based on their journalistic integrity.
While it isn’t revolutionary, the new Twitter.com certainly looks pretty.
How good are you at spotting phishing emails? To test your skills, Google has developed a Phishing Quiz using real-world examples.
WhatsApp is limiting the number of times you can forward a message. This is an effort to fight the spread of misinformation.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 Mobile. Which means Microsoft’s foray into the mobile market is over.
There are some dumb people making dumb videos. And YouTube is now cracking down on those doing dangerous challenges and pranks.
Collection #1 contains hundreds of millions of email addresses and passwords. So it’s time to check Have I Been Pwned again…
Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 on January 14, 2020, and at that point Windows 7 will become increasingly unsafe to use.
Netflix is raising its prices again, and this time it’s the biggest price hike in Netflix’s history.
Everyone knows the standard resolutions, but some people think outside the box and make bizarre New Year’s resolutions instead.
Google Chrome already protects users from the worst elements of the web. And now Chrome will filter out the worst online ads too.
A stock photo of an egg has become the most-liked Instagram post of all time. And it knocked Kylie Jenner off the top spot.
By using Google’s new activity cards, you’ll be able to build up a repository of research over time.
IMDb Freedive will offer a range of Hollywood movies and highly rated TV shows, all completely for free. With ads, of course.