Graeme McMillan

Graeme McMillan

Former Digital Trends Contributor
A transplant from the west coast of Scotland to the west coast of America, Graeme is a freelance writer with a taste for pop culture and technological trends. In addition to Digital Trends, you can find his work on and

Tablets are for old people, women and those who like playing games, apparently

What's the difference between a tablet and a smartphone? According to a new study, the answer may be "How long you spend playing games on it."

LimeWire asks movie studios: Can you demonstrate that P2P cost you money?

The common wisdom on illegal filesharing is that it costs content producers money through lost profits. One P2P service, however, is wanting to see some proof of that as it defends itself against legal action from studios.

Now the old can find love, via My Lovely Parent

Welcome to the New Frontier of Internet Dating: Setting your mothers and fathers up with new boyfriends and girlfriends through the brand-new site My Lovely Parent.

Hackers break into South Carolina gov’t database, release 3.6 million SSNs

More than 3 million Social Security Numbers - as well as more than 300,000 credit card numbers and potentially a number of tax returns - have been breached as the result of hackers working their way into the South Carolina Department of…

Is Amazon censoring book reviews?

Is Amazon policing its user reviews a little too strictly? One author believes so, after several fans provide evidence of unusual experiences with the online seller.
Social Media

LinkedIn partners with YouTube to offer easier B2B video ads

LinkedIn is making it much easier for businesses to advertise for B2B connections on its site, partnering with YouTube to allow businesses to upload their own video ads.

The CW finally enters the On Demand age with new deal with Comcast

The CW has signed with Comcast to offer shows on demand for the first time in the channel's six year history. Finally, no excuse to miss an episode of "Hart of Dixie!"

What makes you productive? According to a new app, who and where you are

If a report culled from the users of a new productivity app is to be believed, where you live and what gender you are may impact just how well you meet the goals you set yourself.
Social Media

Survey: British kids text non-stop, add strangers to Facebook friends’ lists

A new survey in the UK has revealed that kids aged between 12 and 15 know more people on Facebook than you, even if they had around 70 complete strangers on their friends list - but they're not bothered about that.

Is ‘Wizard of Oz’ the next big social gaming phenomenon?

After two years and $8 million Spooky Cool Labs has adapted one of the most beloved films in Hollywood’s history, the Wizard of Oz, into what may be one of the biggest online social games of the year.
Cool Tech

Rest in Peace, Ceefax

This weekend, the BBC's Ceefax service received its final updates, bringing an end to the system that offered British viewers a taste of the Internet twenty years early.

‘Where’s My Water’ points towards new horizon for Disney

Is mobile gaming the new animation? Disney's success with the game Where's My Water - Creating a new franchise that the company is taking into toys, theme parks and now cartoons - would suggest so.