Molly McHugh

Molly McHugh

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Before coming to Digital Trends, Molly worked as a freelance writer, occasional photographer, and general technical lackey. She's a sucker for animated GIF blogs, hours-long Wikipedia hunts, road trips, YouTube binges, and the Portland Trail Blazers. Molly is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications (go Ducks). You can find her on Twitter (@iammollymchugh) and Instagram (@mollygrams).

Listen to the Gorillaz iPad-produced album

The free album was made with little more than an iPad and the Gorillaz's slowed down sounds.

Apple

Rumor patrol: Epic Mickey is not coming to PlayStation

Don't be fooled - there are no current plans for Epic Mickey to be released for the PlayStation.

Gaming

Loveplus for 3DS stops virtual cheaters using facial recognition technology

An upcoming Konami release will allow players to court and date a girl - and even keep her roving eye in check.

Gaming

Amazon will let you eliminate bad gifts before you get them

Is the idea of one more cat figurine too much to bear? Amazon is in the process of implementing a way to head off bad gifts before they reach your doorstep. Is it convenient, or just plain rude?

Computing

Samsung Galaxy Player expected to debut at CES

It looks like Samsung will release the Galaxy Player, Android's answer to the iPod touch.

Apple

Sony investing $1.2 billion in image sensors

Sony will be boosting its image sensor production considerable over the next year, and plans to convert its recent buy-back into a new factory for CMOS development.

Computing

Socializing can be tied to brain structure, doctors unsure whether Facebook friends count

Social butterflies may be onto something. Researchers have found the the brain develops along with our social lives, and some are quick to allude this applies to our online friends as well.

Computing

Man in legal trouble for reading wife’s email

In the first case of its kind, a man is being charged with reading his ex-wife's e-mail.

Computing

Facebook more valuable than Yahoo, eBay

Social networking sites are on the rise and investors are taking notes. And this year, some of the Internet's good old boys were outdone by Facebook.

Computing

Apple works with tribe to put Cherokee language on iOS devices

The Associated Press reports that Apple is partnering with Cherokee tribe members to include their language as an option on iOS devices. The project is meant to appeal to the younger, digital community members who want iPhones and iPods – and whose…

Apple

Gingerbread is on its way to the Nexus One

Forget the Nexus S, Nexus One will be getting a few new bells and whistles in the near future.

Android Army

Delicious won’t be shut down, says Yahoo

After initially appearing to plan on cutting Delicious, Yahoo now says it will find the site a new home.

Computing

New translation app Word Lens will blow your mind

The new auto-translation app is taking over the App Store and impressing users with its speed, not to mention its technology's potential.

Computing

New Google application offers a history on language

Ngram Viewer is available to all, and gives you a look at the human language genome.

Computing

Official Polaroid app for iPhone released

The retro cam comes to the iPhone with Polaroid's new app, but there seem to be some early kinks to work out.

Apple